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Grid K2 with Xen SErver and Xen DEsktop 7.5 VM with slow window moving performance
Hi , im dealing with Xendesktop 7.5 policies and configurations to inmprove graphics performance , to give high end CAtia designers. So i can see, slow performance while dragging an move Windows (sometimes dirty Windows while dragging) ... (Windows 7 x64). Nvidia is 240Q, or 220Q, the same behaviour, ..i see also high Ctxgfx.exe CPU usage,..12-80%... Any idea , how to solve this problem? Any specific policy in Xen DEsktop 7?
Hi ,

im dealing with Xendesktop 7.5 policies and configurations to inmprove graphics performance , to give high end CAtia designers. So i can see, slow performance while dragging an move Windows (sometimes dirty Windows while dragging) ... (Windows 7 x64). Nvidia is 240Q, or 220Q, the same behaviour, ..i see also high Ctxgfx.exe CPU usage,..12-80%...

Any idea , how to solve this problem? Any specific policy in Xen DEsktop 7?

#1
Posted 08/22/2014 01:01 PM   
Hi Oscar, What type of client are you using to test performance? I.e. PC, Laptop, Thin Client etc. Thanks, Ben
Hi Oscar,

What type of client are you using to test performance? I.e. PC, Laptop, Thin Client etc.

Thanks,
Ben

#2
Posted 09/02/2014 01:01 PM   
Hi Oscar, Can you share some more details about the setup? e.g. How many vCPU's per VM, System RAM, GPU profiles selected and the relative performance. Are you testing a single user or with all users loaded on the GPU, and are you checking the frame rate in VM and then on the client? What clients are you using as per Ben's question above?
Hi Oscar,

Can you share some more details about the setup?

e.g. How many vCPU's per VM, System RAM, GPU profiles selected and the relative performance.

Are you testing a single user or with all users loaded on the GPU, and are you checking the frame rate in VM and then on the client?


What clients are you using as per Ben's question above?

Jason Southern, Regional Lead for ProVis Sales - EMEA: NVIDIA Ltd.

#3
Posted 09/05/2014 10:15 AM   
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