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I have a network monitoring system that allows me to monitor my clients networks as well as their SQL databases. I can monitor any performance counter for a SQL database. My questions is, what performance counters should I monitor?

I also need to know what would be considered good and bad levels for those counters. I assume there is a document somewhere with that information?

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Hmmm...this is a big question...really depends on what you want to be alerted of.  here is a link that outlines some of the major ones you'll want to monitor

http://www.sql-server-performance.com/tips/sql_server_performance_monitor_coutners_p1.aspx
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