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Summary: there is already reporting of HADR overhead at the database level via log_hadr_wait_time (in comparison to log_write_time). This can be roughly translated to agent level, via the following example:
if log_write_time is 10 and log_hadr_wait_time is 10, the system would perform exactly as if you are using disk that is half of the speed, ie. as a system not using HADR with log_write_time of 20 .. if log_write_time is 10 and log_hadr_wait_time is 1, then HADR is just adding 10% to the log write cost and the system is identical to a non-HADR system with log_write_time of 11
But it is not going to be a precise break down, but adding such is not something the business wants to invest in at this time.