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Posted 13 Dec 2010

What's Going Wrong at 3:00 AM?

, 28 Dec 2010 CPOL
Describes one effort to run performance monitor to identify what's wrong with a counter log, then set up an event trace to see who the culprit is.



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Rod currently works in The Burgh using .Net technologies to create Human-Machine Interfaces for steel-making furnaces. He has 7 years in the steel industry, and 12 years of experience working in the nuclear industry at Savannah River Site in Aiken, SC. He enjoys riding his Honda Goldwing through the winding Pennsylvania farmlands, and taking his Jeep offroad.

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