1 Reply Latest reply on Dec 3, 2019 1:58 AM by michiel99

    Linked Clones, disposable disk, pagefile not relocated

    Mickeybyte2 Enthusiast

      Hi,

      I have created a linked clone desktop pool and specified a disposable disk of 5G to relocate the windows page file. In the master image (Windows Server 2019 LTSC) I set the pagefile with min 2G and max 4G)

      After recompose, the desktops have the correct pagefile settings but on the C-drive instead of the disposable disk.

      Any idea where to look (logs) to find out why it doesn't use the disposable disk?

       

      Is it even necessary to have the disposable disk, because it's a non-persistent desktop pool which is refreshed at logoff (we're using FSLogix profile containers for user settings)?

       

      Thanks,

      Michiel.

       

      Version info: Horizon 7.9, Master image: W2019 LTSC (version 1809), FSLogix 2.9.7205.27375

        • 1. Re: Linked Clones, disposable disk, pagefile not relocated
          michiel99 Lurker

          Found something in the logfile %TEMP%\VMWARE\vmware-viewcomposer-ga-new.log on the VDI itself

           

          2019-12-03 10:25:00,481 [2724] INFO  Guest  -  ["Guest.cpp", 176]  The value of current version is 6.3

          2019-12-03 10:25:00,481 [2724] INFO  Guest  -  ["Guest.cpp", 177]  The value of IsWindowsServer 1

          2019-12-03 10:25:00,481 [2724] INFO  Guest  -  ["Guest.cpp", 184]  The value of buildnumber is 17763

          2019-12-03 10:25:00,481 [2724] INFO  Guest  -  ["Guest.cpp", 187] The is windows server 2019 or windows 10 1803,1809

          2019-12-03 10:25:00,481 [2724] INFO  Ready  -  ["Ready.cpp", 120] Paging is disabled in the guest or win 2019 OS, hence skipping page file relocation verification.

          2019-12-03 10:25:00,481 [2724] INFO  Ready  -  ["Ready.cpp", 128] Running the PostSync script:  with timeout: 20000

           

          Why does it says "Paging is disabled"???

           

          Michiel