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1912 LTSR /Server 2016 freez at random and packet lost


Kai Schoenbach

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Hello,

 

i build new terminalservers

OS: Server 2016 Standard

Citrix Version: Citrix Virtual Desktop 1912 LTSR

Hypervisor: Xenserver 7.6

 

I build two servers  8 vCPUs (2 Sockets/4Cores),32 RAM. 8 Users in total.

I have activated the first server. As soon as the first users have connected, the first packet losses have occurred and the server is always frozen for a few seconds.

The second server was not yet in the distribution and did not have these dropouts.

As soon as I activated the second server, the packet loss also occurred on this server.

 

Can this be a bug from 1912 LSTR?

Does somebody has any idea?

I can see the packet loss and the XenServer console freezes too!

 

thanks in advance.

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Updating the XenServer-Tools to latest Version (greater then Xenserver-Version 7.6) solved the problem.

See: https://discussions.citrix.com/topic/400137-short-session-freeze-and-packet-loss-towards-vda-with-new-golden-image/page/2/

https://pvupdates.vmd.citrix.com/updates.latest.tsv

 

On 3/9/2020 at 10:20 AM, Kai Schoenbach said:

Hello,

 

i build new terminalservers

OS: Server 2016 Standard

Citrix Version: Citrix Virtual Desktop 1912 LTSR

Hypervisor: Xenserver 7.6

 

I build two servers  8 vCPUs (2 Sockets/4Cores),32 RAM. 8 Users in total.

I have activated the first server. As soon as the first users have connected, the first packet losses have occurred and the server is always frozen for a few seconds.

The second server was not yet in the distribution and did not have these dropouts.

As soon as I activated the second server, the packet loss also occurred on this server.

 

Can this be a bug from 1912 LSTR?

Does somebody has any idea?

I can see the packet loss and the XenServer console freezes too!

 

thanks in advance.

 

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