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  1. AMER

    Should I be worried that your tool has largest number of TotalLogicalIO compared to all other activity on a server?

    • Steve Stedman

      It really depends on what else your server is doing. On SQL server with heavy load, using the Historic Monitoring feature many add 2% to 3% to the CPU and overall I/O. If a server is sitting mostly idle, database health monitor doesn’t add any more load, however it does add a greater percentage.

      In version 2.2 released on December 5th 2015, there were a number of performance improvements to the historic monitoring that should reduce the overall I/O and CPU load.


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