SCOM 2012 R2 - Performance Reporting

Hi Everyone,

I have been asked to create a report on Logical and Physical disks on Disk Seconds write / read but can not see it,

I thought SCOM recorded all PerfMon counters and objects by default or am I wrong ?
CaussyRAsked:
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greenhelmetCommented:
Not all performance collection rules are enabled per default or even exists.

You have two options:

In the authoring pane, select rules.
Scope the view to include the windows server 20XX operating system your interested in.

Search for you specific collection rule - typically named according to the collected performance counter.

If the rule is there, and it is ghosted - it is not enabled by default, and can be enabled using overrides.

If you do not find the necessary perf counter collection rule, you can create your own collection rule through authoring pane -> Rules -> right click -> Create a new rule.

Hope this helps.

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