postgresql – Unable to log Windows Server 2008r2 Perfmon Data Collector to Postgres 12

On Windows Server 2008r2 I want to log server performance metrics to the Postgres 12 database running on the same server.

I’m following the general guideline of this article
When I start the Data Collector, I get the error Call to SQLExecDirect failed with %1

From Control Panel / System and Security / Administrative Tools / Data Sources ODBC, I created a data source for Postgres:

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I tried both ANSI and Unicode options, but have the same error either way:
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The data source contains the Postgres credentials, and the Test shows the connection is successful:
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The Data Collector is set to log as SQL, and the Postgres data source is selected:
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At this point, I try to start the collector, and it gives the error Call to SQLExecDirect failed with %1
The default Run As was “System”, so I tried changing the Data Collectors to run as Administrator. Still the same error.

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What else should I try?

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I tested that my settings work when I have one container. Why can I not log in when I have ten containers?

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I’ve recently learned that the actual memory run speed isnt necessarily
what it says on the memory cards. The actual speed is ‘negotiated’ based on
factors like bus speed, or clock speed, motherboard architecture and so on.
So your 800Mhz RAM might be running at 667Mhz, or 400Mhz.

This ‘negotiation’ occurs at boot time.
I’d like to see if any mention of this negotiation
is presented in the bios log file.
Question is: How do i get to it on Ubuntu?

Thanks to who ever replies.