You can monitor the load for a Connection Server in the Horizon Console dashboard. For each Connection Server, you can view the percentage of CPU and memory consumed, the number of display protocol sessions, Connection Server connection sessions, or the threshold for the maximum number of sessions that can connect to a Connection Server. You can also view the number of connected sessions for an RDS host.

Procedure

  1. In Horizon Console, navigate to Monitor > Dashboard.
  2. In the System Health pane, click View.
    In the Components pane, on the Connection Servers tab, the Sessions column displays the percentage of Connection Server sessions for each Connection Server. The CPU Consumption column displays the percentage of CPU consumed for each Connection Server. The Memory Consumption column displays the percentage of memory consumed for each Connection Server.
    Note: If Connection Server is not configured with a secure gateway connection with the HTTP(s) secure tunnel, PCoIP secure gateway, and Blast Secure Gateway connections, then Horizon Console does not display a percentage of Connection Server sessions and lists the number of Connection Server sessions.
  3. Select a Connection Server and click View Sessions Detail to view Connection Server sessions, maximum number of Connection Server sessions, and display protocol sessions.
    Note: If Connection Server is not configured with a secure gateway connection with the HTTP(s) secure tunnel, PCoIP secure gateway, and Blast Secure Gateway connections, then Horizon Console does not display the maximum session threshold because there is no threshold on the number of sessions that can connect to Connection Server.
  4. To view the number of sessions on an RDS host, in the Components pane, click RDS Farms, and click a farm ID.
    The Sessions column displays the number of sessions on an RDS host.