While looking into Windows IO/Mem performance on a rainy day (i.e. “no golf”), I noticed something that I do in my Hyper-V lab setup that kills performance.
I build new VMs all of the time. Usually they are for a simple test I build with MDT and I throw away the VM after a couple of weeks. I do it …
HyperV_Mon updated release
HyperV_Mon is my free tool for monitoring and diagnosing performance issues with Hyper-V.
After prompting from a user with a lot more processors then the test systems here, I updated the HyperV_Mon tool to handle resizing in general, and to adjust the root partition processor display. This new version is a minor release (1.8.0).
In the works