There is no (apart from a few % data) performance data being presented in the scom 2012 R2 > Microsoft Windows Server > Performance view. (See attached)
Is this another bug or something is broken?
Most of my fleet is 2012R2 and a few 2008R2.
Any assistance will be appreciated.
Not all of the performance counters are enabled by default:
You might also want to check overrides to see any of the data collection has been disabled.
agree to Graham, check the rules first. – I made the mistake when I did ‘management – tuning’ that I created overrides for too many performance rules. – So take a look on the overrides, too 😉
Besides, check if the SCOM Databases still have sufficient free space and reboot the management servers one by one (if you have 2).
If all not works. – Last, you can also check if the Operations Manager DW is too busy and is not able to do aggregations. – Use the following script ( without warranty ) to check outstanding data aggregations.
USE OperationsManagerDW; WITH AggregationInfo AS ( SELECT AggregationType = CASE WHEN AggregationTypeId = 0 THEN 'Raw' WHEN AggregationTypeId = 20 THEN 'Hourly' WHEN AggregationTypeId = 30 THEN 'Daily' ELSE NULL END ,AggregationTypeId ,MIN(AggregationDateTime) as 'TimeUTC_NextToAggregate' ,COUNT(AggregationDateTime) as 'Count_OutstandingAggregations' ,DatasetId FROM StandardDatasetAggregationHistory WHERE LastAggregationDurationSeconds IS NULL GROUP BY DatasetId, AggregationTypeId ) SELECT SDS.SchemaName ,AI.AggregationType ,AI.TimeUTC_NextToAggregate ,Count_OutstandingAggregations ,SDA.MaxDataAgeDays ,SDA.LastGroomingDateTime ,SDS.DebugLevel ,AI.DataSetId FROM StandardDataSet AS SDS WITH(NOLOCK) JOIN AggregationInfo AS AI WITH(NOLOCK) ON SDS.DatasetId = AI.DatasetId JOIN dbo.StandardDatasetAggregation AS SDA WITH(NOLOCK) ON SDA.DatasetId = SDS.DatasetId AND SDA.AggregationTypeID = AI.AggregationTypeID ORDER BY SchemaName DESC
Let me know the results