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My client has a Server SBS 2011 with remote monitoring software (GFI Max).  I am barraged by 2 notifications related to performance from the monitoring software.  The first is: The test Performance Monitoring Check - Memory Usage failed.  The additional data associated with the notification are pages/sec exceedance values ranging from 20 to 450.  The second notification is: The test Performance Monitoring Check - Physical Disk: Total failed.  Yikes "total failed"!!!   The associated data lists Read Queue exceedance values ranging from 8  to 19.1.

I am running exchange on this server.  

My questions is what are acceptable values for these performance measures and what should I be concerned about.

Thanks for all your help.
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Andrew Davis earned 500 total points
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here is a link of what you should be monitoring with a description on each.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/2008.08.pulse.aspx?pr=blog

Hope that helps.

Note with SBS sql can be causing your issue if performance counters are not working correctly.

Cheers
Andrew
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