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Performance counters for the <service name> service were loaded successfully. The Record Data contains the new index values assigned to this service.
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What are the performance counters?
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Microsoft has offered to the programmers the ability to provide access to the performance data for their application (and it is up to them to define various "counters" that can be used to measure the performance). The mechanism by which performance data is collected is the counter. A counter is a performance data item whose name is stored in the registry. Each counter is related to a specific area of system functionality. Examples include a processor's busy time, memory usage, or the number of bytes received over a network connection. When the application starts, it loads its "counters" (if they are defined) and this event may be recorded.
- Service: Outlook - See ME931914.
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