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How write cache works in Citrix PVS environment when streaming XenApp workloads?

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Hello there,

How write cache works in Citrix PVS environment when streaming XenApp workloads?

Please advise.

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Literally the same as with desktops.  Any write operations are written to the cache file.  Then the rest depends on how you have it configured, but it is exactly the same as the desktops.

The key for this is to configure a larger write-cache drive.  Typically Citrix recommends a 20-30GB cache drive for these.

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Understanding Write Cache in Provisioning Services Server

http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX119469
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