How to Export Performance Counter to a File
You can use Export-Counter PowerShell cmdlet to export the performance data. This cmdlet is designed to work with Get-Counter cmdlet. Here is an example:
The below command uses Get-Counter cmdlet to collect the Processor Time data and using Export-Counter, data is exported to a blg file.
- Get-Counter "\Processor(*)\% Processor Time" | Export-Counter -Path C:\Temp\PerfData.blg
The output is saved in the C:\Temp\PerfData.blg file.
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