We are testing View 4.0 .We have this configurationg
2 ESX 4.0, vCenter 4.0U1, View connection server 4.0. We have some VMs with Windows XP SP3 installed and some programms. (standart VMs with 1 vCPU, 512 Mb RAM)
We are connecting to the VM with View Client from PC. Everything seems to be ok.
But from time to time we have problems when we are working with our java application. Here is the screenshot in attachement.
Other applications such as Office, Adobe reader etc. - no problem.
What version of Java are you using? I gues you are also using the RDP protocol to connect to your virtual desktop?
A few days ago I get a simmilar problem with a Java 1.3 application and slow performance within RDP.
Maybe my blogpost can help you troubleshooting your Java problem. See: Slow performance using Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) in VMware View Virtual Desktop Infrastructure w...
Unfortunately, we are using PCoIP and java version is 1.5.0_06
Where can I find the console which is on your's screenshot?
You can view Java Control Panel from Windows Control Panel. On the Java tab you can view Java Runtime Environment Settings and set the Runtime Parameters from there. Although you are using PCoIP I don't think that View or the PCoIP protocol is the problem since all other applications working fine except those who are using Java.
It seems that it doesn't help.
We'll look for another solution.
We have the same behavior with Windows 7 x64 in the VM. From time to time, the users see pixalized java windows, when they switch from/to a other java application window.
I guess, the prolem is in relation with "latency" and java. In our test-environment, we can't provocate this pixalized java windows. Only over a WAN link, the users have this problem.
Have you found a solution?
check this.... don't shure if this fix the proglem...