Performance counter updating error exchange 2016
If an antivirus software is running on the server, it could be disabled temporarily to improve performance.Special thanks to @msxfaq :) Greetings nd This post has been migrated from our earlier blog based on Blog Engine. Another mysterious error after installing Exchange 2013.Turns out there’s an unresolved issue in the installer that places performance counters in the wrong place.The script might throw some errors if performance counters cannot be created or files are invalid, other than that no information is displayed, no news is good news, I guess ;) For more information check the Application Log of the server, two events are logged for every performance counter.Event ID 1001 indicates that the counter has been removed, while Event ID 1000 is logged as soon as the counter has been loaded again. I wrote the following Power Shell script to reload the Exchange performance counters. NET Framework update on Exchange 2010, Exchange 2013, or Exchange 2016 servers. Setup$perfcounters = Get-Child Item "$env: Exchange Install Path\Setup\Perf\" *| Where-Object $perfcount = $perfcounters.
You run it directly on the affected Exchange server from an elevated Power Shell or EMS prompt. Ex Performance Counter.set_Raw Value(Int64 value) The Tech Net article, "'Performance counter updating error' after you install an Exchange Server 2013 cumulative update", indicates this is a problem on Exchange 2013 after applying a CU, but I've seen this happen after applying an update rollup, cumulative update, or .