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Load Monitoring Citrix Xenapp 6.5

Posted on 2012-03-14
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It appears they pulled the GUI load monitoring tool from  Citrix 6.5 Xenapp. Having an issue with the system bogging down and trying to find the culprit.

Any suggestions on what to use? Any 3rd party applications?
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with qfarm /load you are able to see the curren load of your xenapp servers.
with perfmon.exe you can see some more details.
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I'd start with the basics.. good old taskmanager.  Show all the processes from all the users.  Looked for spiking/hung processes, use the Resource Monitor in taskmanager to get a snapshot of all the major criteria..

If nothing stands out, then I'd start digging into PerfMon & EdgeSight.

Coralon
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I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

never resolved<br />
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by:Ayman Bakr
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The requestor asked for what to use and/or any third party application; which almost all the experts suggested.

The question was not clear enough and doesn't have sufficient details for troubleshooting. Yet the requestor never came back for any further queries. Closing the request saying "never resolved" is not really accurate. Have he had sent any further queries, we would have not hesitated to further assist.
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