[THIN] Re: Multiple servers load set to 10000 at same time

  • From: James Rankin <kz20fl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2012 11:58:08 +0100

Is there a licensing issue perhaps?

On 15 October 2012 11:54, Angela Smith <angela_smith9@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>  Hi
> I have an issue on my XenApp 4.5 farm where 4 servers are reporting Server
> load 10000.  I tried to RDP to the servers and launch Task Manager.
> Unfortunately this doesn't load on any of the 4 servers.  I tried to use
> Process Explorer from Sysinternals tools but that also didn't load. What I
> did notice though was all 4 servers had a session in a down state which I
> couldn't reset.  It simply came back each time.  Error.jpg attached
> showing issue. I don't believe Im having a resource issue but I cannot be
> 100% sure.
> I tried to change my Load Evaluator from Advanced to Default as a test but
> this made no difference.  Also tried to clear some sessions but load didn't
> change, still set to 10000.
> Can anyone suggest how I can troubleshoot this 10000 Load issue without
> rebooting server?  FYI I do reboot my servers nightly but this issue has
> happened a few times now.  Also is there a way/tool to check system
> resources when Task Manager doesn't work?
> Thanks
> Ang



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