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PowerSHell – Write on Process Standard Input

Surprise ! Checking graylog2, we have found some IMA Errors (3989 ) on out servers, the problem is du to an ODBC Driver with “file in use”… One solution is to passed the Citrix utility : LHCTestAclsUtil.exe… Trouble, this program is interactive and require to validate the action by hitting …

Cacti – Fetch Aggregated Data

Is it possible ? Sure ! How ? For example, we’ll talk about this graphs :   In cacti, turn on graph debug   I get the RRDTool command line   Who wants to write theese CDEF ?   I paste the command, suppress all graphical information (AREA, GPRINT, COMMENT …

Send Eventlog to (r)Syslog

How to send events stored under the “Applications and Services Logs” Tree to an (r)syslog ? We have found the main flaw of ntsyslog, it could only transfert NT compatible Events and top level logs from “Applications and Services Logs”, but it’s nearly impossible to send events stored in an …

VUEM Effect

We decided to give to try to VUEM onto one of ours envs to estimate the applicable users optimization. What do VUEM Memory optimization do ? To keep it simple, after an defined process idle time, VUEM ask to the OS to unload used memory onto swap space. We monitor …

After a reboot XenApp servers stay near full load, 9937 for us for 2 hours and more, and we need to restart IMA to reduce the load… The trouble didn’t come from XenApp, but from the ESXi NTP configuration. Oops !

powershell_ise my RRD

Why ? We looked for a way to add punctually and easily new monitoring, but, nothing that justify to add it in cacti or else. However, the idea of ​​re-use “cacti-like graphs” has naturally imposed. In order to facilitate the use of RRDTool, we started to write a small powershell …

Modify Citrix Policy With Powershell

I had to recreate an 4 day scheduled reboot plan on an XA65 farm, so i look for a way to recreate all these policies with powershell. When we load Citrix snapins, we automatically create 3 PSDrive, using CitrixGroupPolicy provider, these drives are accessible with a set-location. Under the “Computer” …