Citrix XenApp Load Evaluator QFARM values

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To evaluate the load on Citrix XenApp Server we can run the command "qfarm /load", it will display different values. This post will enhance your understanding of the hidden meaning of all those values.

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Citrix XenApp Load Evaluator QFARM values

  1. 1. By ProHut IT Services
  2. 2.  To evaluate the load on Citrix XenApp Server we can run the command "qfarm /load", it will display different values. This post will enhance your understanding of the hidden meaning of all those values.  0 to 9998: This is the normal range for Load Manager i.e. load on the server is normal and it can handle more load.  99999: No load evaluator is configured.  10000: Load is at 100 percent (full load) and it is not in a position to handle additional load.
  3. 3.  20000: The XenApp Server contains an incorrect server edition or a license mismatch. To fix the issue match the version of XenApp installed with the licenses deployed.  99990: Results when a custom administrator with restricted rights runs the following QFARM commands:QFARM SERVER /APP QFARM /APP QFARM /APP <appname> QFARM /ZONEAPP  Note: The QFARM command may not return any results when a custom administrator runs the following queries:  QFARM /DISC QFARM /LOAD QFARM /ZONELOAD

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