How to write a perfmon dll
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Starting Perfmon on all Windows machines with a single Batch file
The performance monitor in Windows NT, and XP is a primary tool to help you tune and profile applications and systems and is much under-used. But now I got religion and in a flash of insight I saw the use of it, namely to check in the innards of my own apps. So, what can you do with performance monitoring, actually? Well, you can watch pretty pictures such as this one:.
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Remove perfmon.exe - how to permanently delete the file from your operating system.
With the manual nature of adding counters it could be quite time consuming to have to do this manually on many servers. Luckily Perfmon actually provides a method for saving the data collector set as a template. This template can then be used to create the same data collector set on another server. If we right-click on the data collector set we want to export we can see in the screenshot below the option to "Save Template
Dynamic linking is a mechanism that links applications to libraries at run time. The libraries remain in their own files and are not copied into the executable files of the applications. DLLs link to an application when the application is run, rather than when it is created. DLL files don't get loaded into the RAM together with the main program; they don't occupy space unless required.