Remove From My Forums. Each virtual servers has been setup with the following “virtual” hardware: At the moment, I’ve been “enabling” that nic adapter for 2 hours. Here’s a couple of things I’ve noticed: This may help us to determine it’s a RAID problem. I’m going to remove symantec endpoint client from physical server 3 which still has the old nic’s and see what happens.
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Here’s another thing that may be a contributing factor – When we provisioned these new virtual terminal servers, we used Hc105i Print Migrator. We have 3 different sets of Citrix farms. They work great in Windows R2 64bit so far.
Friday, January 8, 6: The installation was running flawlessly on 5. Does it resemble what is described in this thread here: I started to suspect that, until I realized my setup: Everything was fine for Friday and during the weekend that I’m aware of.
Make sure that you have all offloads disabled.
Please also check whether you can get the same issue if the system version of virtual terminal server is Windows Server Same Hardware profile for each virtual server, except VS3 is using a “legacy network adapter” while VS7 is using the “network adapter” I have completely disabled the on-board HP NIC’s suspecting these were causing me some serious problems. So, please perform the following suggestions to check whether the same issue occurs: I swear I’m going to jump off of a very tall building!
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Mark this reply as best answer, if it answered nix question. I have completely disabled the on-board HP NIC’s suspecting these were causing me some serious problems. Each virtual servers has been setup with the following “virtual” hardware: Friday, January 22, 2: How about if you take a look at your SAN, is there any bottleneck on traffic?
Tuesday, December 29, 8: What I’ve tried so far: I’ve still got a few more apps to install to make it production ready, but I will be testing that theory as well.
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From my observations it works quite stable for max days. I wouldn’t think the SAN would be bottlenecking, because I’ve got even another server I haven’t mentioned using it as storage space for another Virtual Server’s VHD file email serverand it has been running fine knock on wood. We had this problem, just not as often.
I can’t really determine if this is the “cause” of the problem or a “result” of the problem, BUT I do know that when there is no problem, I have a drastically different set of reports. Thursday, December 31, 2: Friday, February 19, 9: Brian Ehlert cn105i you have found this useful.
There is only Windows Server R2 and it also hangs up after unspecified time from one hour to one day. If I have problems again, I will do that first, and report back. By the time we got into the server to check it, it was working ok could’ve been a false report by a user I like the raid idea. Office Office Exchange Hhp.