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

  • From: "Rankin, James R" <kz20fl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2012 11:33:26 +0000

Yes, multiple language packs. I am sure there was a documented Citrix problem 
with full load when multiple languages were installed. Maybe this link



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From: Angela Smith <angela_smith9@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2012 22:28:40 
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Subject: [THIN] Re: Multiple servers load set to 10000 at same time

Hi James

There are no licensing errors..  In fact there are no 
errors in event log at all..  MUI?  Are you referring to windows 
language pack?  If so yes we install the Asian regional pack which comes
 with Windows Server.


Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2012 11:59:24 +0100
Subject: [THIN] Re: Multiple servers load set to 10000 at same time
From: kz20fl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

Also pslist can be used to run a sort of remote command-line Task Manager with 
the appropriate switches, that's assuming remote connectivity is working

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


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? 





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