I would like to share an anomaly that I hope someone might know a solution for it. Our project is to make some of our software's virtualized for our end users, and to be able to access it from web browsers or from any device.
The current setting we have: we got the view connection server and one RDS server which contains the Vmware Agent and the given, installed software's we like to give for our users.
Right now we just have about 5-7 users who can use it (for testing purposes) - they can run without an issue any entitled app they have (from their different laptops, mobile phones, web browsers etc.).
But on the other hand, we are experiencing an issue with the RDS server's performance.
We watched it from the task manager's performance tab that the CPU usage spikes up for a few seconds (2-8 sec) and after that it drops down to a normal level and it happens quite periodically between 2 to 6 minutes. This anomaly doesn't change much even if we have some users logged in (they use some of the servers resources but on a somewhat normal level).
We have a suspicion (but we hope it's not the case) that the Horizon Agent is doing some background work (Like communicating with the connection server to create log files) or something like that.
Did anyone had the same issue or does anybody know what could cause this CPU spikes or any idea how to find out what causes this?
The other issue we are experiencing (but currently we have a temporary solution for it) is that if a user logs in and uses his/her entitled apps, it creates a quite large .dmp file(s) on the RDS servers C:\ProgramData\VMware\VDM\DUMP folder. Right now we created a batch file which deletes these files on a scheduled time. But is there a way to stop these files to be crated at all?
Thank you in advance for your answers!