AX Performance Monitor 101 – Tips and tricks to deal with performance counter files

In my previous blog post, I explained how to setup Performance Monitor (PerfMon) to proactively capture performance data while cleaning old files to keep disk space under control. This is, let’s say, our ideal scenario, but sometimes setup is not that specific and we need to deal with suboptimal files that contains the performance data…


TempDB Errors in AOS event log after SQL Server Cluster Failover or AlwaysOn Availability Groups Failover (Update 8/27/2014)

  If you have ever seen errors in your AOS Event Viewer Logs after a SQL Server Cluster or AlwaysOn Availability Groups Failover and wondered why it is happening here is a brief explanation.   Object Server 01: [Microsoft][SQL Server Native Client 10.0][SQL Server]Cannot drop the table ‘tempdb.DBO.t855_489F061A83074B41907007FFAE3B5D41’, because it does not exist or you…

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Dynamics AX Event IDs

Recently a fellow PFE compiled a list of the AX Event IDs with their description and a possible action. This post is intended to give end users a better idea of the messages generated by the AOS service within the Application Event Log within the Windows Event Viewer. If you are receiving messages, it may…