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Microsoft Operations Manager Service Pack 1 (SP1) Performance and Sizing Kit: Sep 30

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by eddie5659, Sep 30, 2003.

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  1. eddie5659

    eddie5659 Moderator Malware Specialist Thread Starter

    Mar 19, 2001

    Microsoft® Operations Manager 2000 (MOM) Service Pack 1 (SP1) is a management system for monitoring computers in your organization. MOM SP1 has been tested, and it has been proven, based on many customers, that MOM SP1 scales to the published supported numbers. However, the limits for MOM SP1 can vary depending on many variables that are discussed in this paper. This paper describes the testing process used to recommend a suitable management server size with enough reserve capacity to smoothly manage a specific number of computers without putting the MOM SP1 computer systems at risk.

    You can use the findings in this paper along with the MOM SP1 Management Server Sizer as a starting point to help you to determine the appropriate performance and sizing considerations for MOM SP1 in your environment.

    Specifically, this paper answers questions such as:

    How large must the management server be in terms of hardware resources?

    How large is the overall footprint of MOM SP1?

    How large should the MOM SP1 database be?

    What are the system requirements needed to run MOM SP1 effectively?

    What is the expected disk activity on the MOM SP1 database and database server?

    What is the expected CPU usage of the MOM agent on a managed computer?

    System Requirements
    Supported Operating Systems: Windows 2000, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP

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    Run Microsoft Excel to use the Sizer



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