Disk Drive monitoring tool

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  • Jeff Cornick
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    I’m not sure if this is what I’m looking for but it’s the only thing I can think of.

    We have 4 machines that connect to a 2k3 server. Every once and a while (more often lately) when people try and access data on the server they get the hour glass. It can last for minutes…or just a few seconds. And this occurs on ALL of the machines…not one is exempt from it.

    I’ve done disk checks, defragged…everything *looks* good. But I’m wondering if there is a drive that’s failing.

    Is there a tool that monitors drive activity and will show how fast/slow data is being read?

    It’s at a remote location so it’s nearly impossible to be on site when it happens. I always just get the report that it happened.

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