0 Replies Latest reply on May 22, 2012 8:49 PM by jaffeling

    Use WMI Monitor to monitor window services

    jaffeling

      i'm new to this tools, and been testing it for a day and couldn't find a way to monitor the windows service running.

       

      say "SQL SERVER (MSSQLSERVER)"

       

      i tried to monitor a counter named "Win32_Service(MSSQLSERVER): ProcessId", and it gives the most appropriate result, the counter value will turn to 0 if the service has been"stopped". however, it does not reflect the "paused" status, the counter still shows "non-0" value.

       

      any idea for this issue?

       

      thanks!