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Figure 18-3 XenApp Server License Management Console
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Monthly maintenance activities focus on high-level farm administration and housekeeping These tasks should include, but are not limited to, the following: Monitoring bandwidth utilization for ICA sessions Review the current bandwidth versus the bandwidth needed to support printing, session responsiveness, and potential growth Updating printer drivers and driver mappings and removing unused drivers The latest versions of the drivers should be used, all servers should contain the same drivers, unused drivers should be removed, and driver mappings and compatibility lists should be updated Many problems with print driver inconsistency can be overcome by relying on the universal print driver (UPD)
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Quarterly maintenance activities focus on reviewing current farm design and monitoring performance levels These tasks should include, but are not limited to, the following: Analyzing usage and growth patterns Analyze farm usage and future growth patterns to estimate requirements for the expansion of the XenApp Server environment, then perform budgetary and growth planning Running defrag and chkdsk on all drives Third-party defragmentation utilities, such as Executive Software s Diskeeper, should be utilized to facilitate scheduled and robust defragmentation Performing test restores of the data store from tape backup to an isolated testing environment Since the DS is an important component of the XenApp Server environment, we recommend performing a periodic restore from tape backup This restore should follow established procedures The DS should be restored onto equipment similar to that in the production environment To avoid network conflicts and the risk of affecting the production environment, the restored DS should be in an isolated test network Administrators should check the operability of the restored data store by adding a XenApp server into the farm and connecting to an application Performing baseline comparisons against previous baselines Baseline comparisons indicate whether the current sizing of the farm is adequate If performance problems are identified, additional hardware and software will need to be purchased and implemented
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New with the 45 release of the XenApp Server Enterprise and Platinum Editions is the Health Assistant feature (formally called Health Monitoring & Recovery) This new feature is used to run tests on all servers in the farm in order to determine the state of the
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servers as well as any health risks, such as the status of Terminal Services, the XML service, the IMA service, and logon/logoff cycles When you enable Health Assistant on the farm, by default, the tests will run on all the servers in the farm If you wish to disable a specific server from running the tests (the data collector, for instance, because it does not serve up applications), this can be done manually through the Access Management Console An example of the use of Health Assistant is when a server s IMA service is down Most monitoring software can detect that the service is unavailable and can e-mail you, but cannot take action to prevent user issues Citrix, however, prevents the downed service from interfering with user productivity by detecting the failed service and redirecting users to another server using server load-balancing Each server in the farm has the Health Check Agent (HCA), which runs the preconfigured tests and reviews the health of the server When a test fails, the server can take action to correct the problem and log the event in the server s event logs
Accessing Tests
Follow these steps to access the Health Assistant tests: 1 Take one of the following actions in the Access Management Console: To access the tests by server, in the scope pane expand the Presentation Server and Servers nodes and then select a server Next, select Action | Modify Server Properties | Modify All Properties To access the tests by farm, in the scope pane expand the Presentation Server node and select a farm Then select Action | Modify Farm Properties | Modify All Properties In the Farm Properties dialog box, expand the Server Default node 2 Select the Health Assistant The Health Assistant page that appears allows you to view the following standard tests and any custom tests you import Out of the box, XenApp Server 45 comes with four tests Terminal Services This test enumerates the list of sessions running on the server and the session user information, such as user name Citrix XML Service This test checks the health of the XML service by ensuring it is able to process XML ticket requests Citrix IMA Service This test queries the service to ensure it is running by enumerating the applications available on the server Logon Monitor This test monitors session logon/logoff cycles to determine whether there is a problem with session initialization If there are numerous logon/logoff cycles within a short time period, the threshold for the session is exceeded and a failure occurs The session time, interval, and threshold can be configured by modifying the parameters in the Test file field These parameters are listed and described in Table 18-2
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