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setting up perfmon counters in production environment

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I just want to monitor CPU usage for a particular application in production but am having trouble getting the data collector set to run. Firstly it wouldn't run because the event trace session 'NT Kernal Logger' was running. I stopped that and then was able to run my collector set. Afterwards 'NT Kernal Logger' started running again so not really sure what that's all about.

But, it seems to only run for a few seconds... not sure but I'm wondering if it stops after I log off the production server. How to set this all up properly?
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thanks yeah, just need to set the stop condition, it was automatically set to 1 minute
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