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Server Performance deteriorating

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Server Performance deteriorating

This was originally posted on APC forums on 1/20/2010


I am having a tough time maintaining the server performance...When running on a larger network, the problem of an application crash or slow data access or response time for an overloaded SAN switch port is obvious. Is there not any way to monitor application response time and correlate that with the underlying storage components which are relevant to that application?


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Server Performance deteriorating

This was originally posted on APC forums on 1/20/2010


I am having a tough time maintaining the server performance...When running on a larger network, the problem of an application crash or slow data access or response time for an overloaded SAN switch port is obvious. Is there not any way to monitor application response time and correlate that with the underlying storage components which are relevant to that application?

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Server Performance deteriorating

This was originally posted on APC forums on 1/20/2010


I am having a tough time maintaining the server performance...When running on a larger network, the problem of an application crash or slow data access or response time for an overloaded SAN switch port is obvious. Is there not any way to monitor application response time and correlate that with the underlying storage components which are relevant to that application?