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Hi experts,

Please, see this image capture from a performance monitor for a Windows Server 2008.

This server is a virtual machine on vmware ESXi 4.1

Windows server performance monitor
What do you think about the metrics inside the red square? (CPU freq = 0, Used Memory = 0 ...)

Thank in advance
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by:Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2)
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What does the performance of the server state which is more important.

See my EE Article

HOW TO:  Performance Monitor vSphere 4.x or 5.0
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by:david-marti
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hanccocka, thanks for your reply.

I only wish to know what can cause this kind of graph: for example, on memory graph, the blue line that shows the current physical memory usage downs to zero ...
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A Bug! For monitoring performance on virtual machines, you should use the external monitoring tools within vSphere.
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