INFO: Event ID: 8022 Monitoring PerfLog PDHError

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Event ID: 8022
Source: Application Center
Description: Performance log consumer could not read counter from PDH
Event Type: Error

The Performance Log consumer could not read the %CounterName% performance counter from Performance Data Helper (PDH). Status is %Status%: %StatusMessage%.

Meaning: The Performance Log consumer could not read a performance counter from Performance Data Helper (PDH).

Effect: The performance counter will not be displayed for this server. This does not affect the logging of this counter or the logging and displaying of counters on other cluster members.

Possible Causes and Solutions

Web service not running: The Web service must be running for these counters to be generated.

Member not available: The member is off, has been disconnected from the network, or has been renamed.

Object not available: The object has been renamed or deleted, or it is being used or locked by another application.

Other Solutions (listed in order of preference):
  1. Restart the computer.
  2. Use the Support Online link in the Events view.
  3. Contact Microsoft Product Support Services:

Article ID: 288597 - Last Review: 10/23/2013 16:17:28 - Revision: 1.2

Microsoft Application Center 2000 Standard Edition

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