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Perfmon Setting to monitor IO

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What settings in performace monitor (perfmon) would provide a solid snapshot of disk io performance?  There are many options and I'd like to see what the experts recommended.

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Physical or SAN-based disks?
and what Application are you running on it?

Anyway,

http://www.computerperformance.co.uk/HealthCheck/Disk_Health.htm

usually helps me out.
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SAN on 4Gb fiber connections
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Link is relevant then, start reading up :)
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