1

Topic: Windows Server 2008 R2: how to catch the process, which disk loads?

From time to time, the disk shows queue length> 100 units. During this moment on RDP the monitor of resources so brakes that the tab "disk Operation" the empty turns out to be connected hardly, and. Tried to conduct by means of the system monitor a broad gull, but could not find the counter that he wrote file name to a broad gull which loads queue. Prompt as it is possible to trace that so zealously writes? Unfortunately, it happens not regularly, there are days when generally loads nothing, therefore to sit and look at the monitor of resources not a variant.
PS Win server 2008R2

2

Re: Windows Server 2008 R2: how to catch the process, which disk loads?

TimonSX
Could not find the counter that he wrote file name to a broad gull which loads queue
You mean a process name? In object "Process" is input-output counters.

3

Re: Windows Server 2008 R2: how to catch the process, which disk loads?

File name I mean. In the monitor of resources the file name in which is shown there is a record.

4

Re: Windows Server 2008 R2: how to catch the process, which disk loads?

, I will try

5

Re: Windows Server 2008 R2: how to catch the process, which disk loads?

TimonSX
The file name in which goes record
It can show Process Monitor. But to leave its included for a long time, it is necessary to adjust correctly where broad gulls will be saved.
Files can be tens and hundreds. You first of all need to define process which creates loading. I hope, banal variants, like an antivirus scanning all successively under the schedule, are already eliminated?

6

Re: Windows Server 2008 R2: how to catch the process, which disk loads?

It is impossible.
Process can read and write through standard DLL.
And in the monitor you see only as DLL addresses to a disk