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Calculate IOPS in Qlik Sense Server

Dears,

How can i calculate the IOPS of a Qlik Sense Server? What data do i need? Is there any simulator for the calculation?

Thank you.

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Open performance monitor (run perfmon.exe frpm Run or a commandline).

Go to "performance monitor" and use the "+" sign to add a new counter. Find the "\PhysicalDisk(_Total)\Disk Transfers/sec" counter.

Now you have a live graph of the IOPS of the all the storage drives on the system.

If you want to log the data, you need to add the same counter to a data collector under "Data collector sets"

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IOPS as in Input Output Per Second the messurement of disk performance?

In that case you could easy ad a performance counter called "\PhysicalDisk(_Total)\Disk Transfers/sec" that will give you the total amount of read/write operations to any storage device on the system.

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Hi Gustav,

Thank you for your reply.

Yes by IOPS i mean the Input/Output Per Second to measure disc performance.

Do you have any example how to implement to command that you mentioned?

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Open performance monitor (run perfmon.exe frpm Run or a commandline).

Go to "performance monitor" and use the "+" sign to add a new counter. Find the "\PhysicalDisk(_Total)\Disk Transfers/sec" counter.

Now you have a live graph of the IOPS of the all the storage drives on the system.

If you want to log the data, you need to add the same counter to a data collector under "Data collector sets"

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Done.

Thank you so much Gustav.