[THIN] Published App Weirdness

  • From: "Roger Wright" <rwright@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 25 Aug 2005 13:20:39 -0400

I have an app published to the website.  It has worked well for several
months.  Last week I applied an update to the application itself on the
Citrix box, as well as the Black Tuesday updates from Microsoft.  Now,
when random connections are made to the application the Citrix server
slows to a crawl pegging the CPU and preventing additional connections,
either to the server, the published application (protocol error
message), or even the local console.  A reboot is required to reset
everything.  However, I can hit it indefinitely from some remote
machines without causing a problem.  The event logs on the server aren't
indicating a problem.  

Why would connection attempts from just some machines be causing this

Roger Wright
Southern Commerce Bank

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