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What environment variable to specify DDC list ( Delivery Controller FQDNs list ) in /var/xdl/mcs/mcs.conf ??


John Salvo

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The file /var/xdl/mcs/mcs.conf does not seem to have an environment variable for the DDC list, which I specified during the LVDA setup like so:

 

Checking CTX_XDL_DDC_LIST... Value not set.
The Virtual Delivery Agent requires a space-separated list of Delivery Controller Fully Qualified Domain Names
(FQDNs) to use for registering with a Delivery Controller. Please provide the FQDN of at least one Delivery
Controller: xxxx1.yyy.zzz.au xxx2.yyy.zzz.au

 

What environment variable should I set in  /var/xdl/mcs/mcs.conf for the delivery controller FQDNs ?

 

The list of environment variables in  /var/xdl/mcs/mcs.conf for the LVDA section only shows the following:

#########################Linux VDA Configuration###############################
# Provide Linux VDA configuration information.
# Please refer to Linux VDA Documentation for these settings.
SUPPORT_DDC_AS_CNAME=N
VDA_PORT=80
REGISTER_SERVICE=Y
ADD_FIREWALL_RULES=Y
HDX_3D_PRO=Y
VDI_MODE=Y
SITE_NAME='<none>'
LDAP_LIST=
SEARCH_BASE='<none>'
FAS_LIST=
START_SERVICE=Y

 

LVDA version ( this is on RHEL7.5 ):

]$ rpm -qif /var/xdl/mcs/mcs.conf
Name        : XenDesktopVDA
Version     : 18.11.0.7
Release     : 1.el7_x
Architecture: x86_64
Install Date: Tue 12 Mar 2019 16:33:10 AEDT
Group       : System/X11/Utilities
Size        : 52862666
License     : Commercial
Signature   : (none)
Source RPM  : XenDesktopVDA-18.11.0.7-1.el7_x.src.rpm
Build Date  : Tue 20 Nov 2018 16:36:49 AEDT
Build Host  : ftlbldx4v3402.eng.citrite.net
Relocations : (not relocatable)
Vendor      : Citrix Systems, Inc.
URL         : http://www.citrix.com
Summary     : Citrix Linux VDA
Description :
Linux VDA is a component of Citrix Virtual Apps & Desktops, deliver desktops and applications from Linux desktop and server OS-based VMs or physical machines.

 

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4 minutes ago, John Salvo said:

The file /var/xdl/mcs/mcs.conf does not seem to have an environment variable for the DDC list, which I specified during the LVDA setup like so:

 


Checking CTX_XDL_DDC_LIST... Value not set.
The Virtual Delivery Agent requires a space-separated list of Delivery Controller Fully Qualified Domain Names
(FQDNs) to use for registering with a Delivery Controller. Please provide the FQDN of at least one Delivery
Controller: xxxx1.yyy.zzz.au xxx2.yyy.zzz.au

 

What environment variable should I set in  /var/xdl/mcs/mcs.conf for the delivery controller FQDNs ?

 

The list of environment variables in  /var/xdl/mcs/mcs.conf for the LVDA section only shows the following:


#########################Linux VDA Configuration###############################
# Provide Linux VDA configuration information.
# Please refer to Linux VDA Documentation for these settings.
SUPPORT_DDC_AS_CNAME=N
VDA_PORT=80
REGISTER_SERVICE=Y
ADD_FIREWALL_RULES=Y
HDX_3D_PRO=Y
VDI_MODE=Y
SITE_NAME='<none>'
LDAP_LIST=
SEARCH_BASE='<none>'
FAS_LIST=
START_SERVICE=Y

 

LVDA version ( this is on RHEL7.5 ):


]$ rpm -qif /var/xdl/mcs/mcs.conf
Name        : XenDesktopVDA
Version     : 18.11.0.7
Release     : 1.el7_x
Architecture: x86_64
Install Date: Tue 12 Mar 2019 16:33:10 AEDT
Group       : System/X11/Utilities
Size        : 52862666
License     : Commercial
Signature   : (none)
Source RPM  : XenDesktopVDA-18.11.0.7-1.el7_x.src.rpm
Build Date  : Tue 20 Nov 2018 16:36:49 AEDT
Build Host  : ftlbldx4v3402.eng.citrite.net
Relocations : (not relocatable)
Vendor      : Citrix Systems, Inc.
URL         : http://www.citrix.com
Summary     : Citrix Linux VDA
Description :
Linux VDA is a component of Citrix Virtual Apps & Desktops, deliver desktops and applications from Linux desktop and server OS-based VMs or physical machines.

 

 

 

Also ... if I want to leave SITE_NAME and SEARCH_NAME unspecified like I did during the LVDA setup, do I leave them with '<none>' or do I leave them completely blank?

Like this:

SITE_NAME='<none>'
SEARCH_BASE='<none>'

 

or like this:

 

SITE_NAME=
SEARCH_BASE=

 

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