ExPerfWiz 1.4 has been released on October 25th 2014
Following are the recent updates in the Experfwiz 1.4
Fixed Circular Logging bug in Windows 2008+
Added ability to convert BLG to CSV for 3rd party application analysis (does not need to be run from EMS, just Powershell 2.0+)
Updated maxsize for Exchange 2013 to default to 1024MB
Fixed filepath bug on Windows 2003
Added/Removed various counters
Fixed location of webhelp
Updated -help syntax
ExPerfWiz is a script developed by Microsoft to to collect the performance data together on Servers running Exchange 2007,2010 and 2013.
In the earlier version we have the option of running -nofull switch by which it will collect only the role based counters.The current version runs in full mode meaning which it collects all the performance counters related for Exchange troubleshooting purposes.
Below is the example to run the perfmon for a duration of 4 hours
Set duration to 4 hours, change interval to collect data every 5 seconds and set Data location to d:\Logs
.\experfwiz.ps1 -duration 04:00:00 -interval 5 -filepath D:\Logs
If it finds previous data of Perfwiz logs it prompts for an option to delete the old entries, Stops the data collector sets, creates a new data collector sets and then it starts collecting the data.
Note: This script will take the local server name and will run locally on the serve if no remote server parameter is specified.
More Examples can be found at – http://experfwiz.codeplex.com/
Source of Information – https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/exchange/en-US/f8aa3e90-d49f-479f-b00b-c8444afefa65/experfwiz-14-has-been-released?forum=exchangesvrgeneral
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