Exchange 2010 - SP2 - RU6 - Performance, Get-StoreUsageStatistics

Hey Guys

Hoping you can help here - Exchange 2010 SP2 RU 6 - 16GB RAM 4 CPUs I am getting the following results when running the get-storeusagestatistics cmdlet:

 

DisplayName    : Mailbox - Useraccount 1
TimeInServer   : 163953
DigestCategory : LogBytes
LogRecordCount : 23889
LogRecordBytes : 71350226

DisplayName    : Mailbox - User Account 2
TimeInServer   : 102581
DigestCategory : LogBytes
LogRecordCount : 5870
LogRecordBytes : 13078009

DisplayName    : Mailbox - User Account 3
TimeInServer   : 35926
DigestCategory : TimeInServer
LogRecordCount : 284057
LogRecordBytes : 9496856

DisplayName    : Mailbox - User Account 4
TimeInServer   : 43531
DigestCategory : LogBytes
LogRecordCount : 5333
LogRecordBytes : 4927519

DisplayName    : Mailbox - User Account 5
TimeInServer   : 276041
DigestCategory : LogBytes
LogRecordCount : 2251
LogRecordBytes : 4405121

DisplayName    : Mailbox - User Account 6
TimeInServer   : 204
DigestCategory : TimeInServer
LogRecordCount : 1808
LogRecordBytes : 4321545

DisplayName    : Mailbox - User Account 7
TimeInServer   : 544
DigestCategory : LogBytes
LogRecordCount : 3191
LogRecordBytes : 4257998

DisplayName    : Mailbox - User Account 8
TimeInServer   : 1329
DigestCategory : LogBytes
LogRecordCount : 2869
LogRecordBytes : 3889371

DisplayName    : Mailbox - User Account 9
TimeInServer   : 331270
DigestCategory : LogBytes
LogRecordCount : 4605
LogRecordBytes : 3599508

DisplayName    : Mailbox - User Account 10
TimeInServer   : 118173
DigestCategory : TimeInServer
LogRecordCount : 1898
LogRecordBytes : 3585506


I am hoping someone can help me interpret the above information? It seems to me like Exchange is generating huge amounts of Log Files (Way more than 10MB / Sec) and that the Mailboxes are slamming store.exe.

I just don't know for sure... Please provide examples and thresholds of the Time In Server Column.


Thanks,

Robert
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castellansolutionsAuthor Commented:
ExMon ended up doing kinda of what I needed it to do (THanks for the input) However can you find an explanation of those values and specifically some thresholds to compare them against? Cause I sure cant seem to find em.

Robert
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