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sshami
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UWF overlay buffer size exclusion and monitoring

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Microsoft Windows 10 IOT

Hi community out there,

In my case, client has 4 GB (3 GB used) ram and 1024 overlay buffer size, but as soon as client connected to VDI infrastructur to data center virtual machine by using horizon client auto script, windows memory and page file usage increases to 80 %.  I have 2 GB for system 1 GB for UWF overlay size so toatl 3 GB.
Which file or registry should we need to exclude for vdi connection process using horizon client which prevent user generated write in the virtual machine?

As we know if the file/ registry is excluded all the writes directly to drive not in the cache memory, so it stops filling overlay buffer size and how do we monitor large number of clients UWF overlay memory and see when needs to be rebooted.

 

Is it possible to integrate in check mk monitoring like the other things monitoring ?

How should we know clients overlay exhausted when we have large amount of clients and connected with user mode, without system went to in responsive at user side ?

 

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Thanks in advance.

 

 

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sshami
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I guess if we exclude Horizon client and chrome in exclusion list, so we can prevent system writes to buffer/cache memory and all writes in disk instead of overlay (buffer/cache) memory.

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