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Citrix Help Needed!


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The_KiD

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Really need some help on this guys, if anyone has any experience of Citrix please help a sysadmin in need.

One of our 3 citrix servers is refusing to load balance with the other 2.

in the Load Manager monitor it is showing 100% CPU usage, even though in the task manager on the server it shows normal CPU usage 10 - 20%.

Anyone know why this is? seen this before?

I switched it's load evaluator to using Server user Load instead and that seemed to work for a short while.

However once again it just stopped letting people on, this time it's load manager monitor was reporting 0% (as there were no users on it), but it is just not balancing them out.

I have uploaded this screenshot in the hope it may help.

http://www.techmonke...ts/loadeval.png

The server is Windows 2000 server, Metaframe XP FR3.

So far I have tried rebooting the server, removing it and re-adding it to the farm.

Refreshing and re-creating the LHC.

Please help me this is giving me nothing but greif.
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Problen is now solved.

Thanks anyways.

We solved the problem by checking the performance monitor dll's and found the PerfOS was not enabled.

We enabled it and re-published the desktop on the offending server and all is now well and good.
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