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Naj
Valued Contributor

MetaFrame- Client Drive Mapping

Hello expert,

 

i received bellow error and don't have clue what the exactly issue.

can someone share with me regarding below issue

 

MetaFrame(Stack)[20042]: [ID 910587 user.info]     2400448: CTX0309I Request from user 'not available' to start Published Application: '#UNIX Desktop CDE'

MetaFrame(License_Service)[766]: [ID 468949 user.debug] CTX1309D The request for a license for user eyuihor from client YOK00053 (
0x40984dc9), session 1522, succeeded.
 MetaFrame(FM)[776]: [ID 841407 user.debug] CTX0528D A license was allocated to eyuihor, client YOK00053, session 1522.
MetaFrame(Login)[20044]: [ID 461702 user.debug]     3400706: CTX0124D Login Process died: normal
MetaFrame(FM)[776]: [ID 468714 user.debug]     8800457: CTX0528D A license was allocated to eyuihor, client YOK00053, session 1522.
MetaFrame(FM)[776]: [ID 437109 user.info]      404045: CTX0505I Session connected for user eyuihor
ctxlogin[20043]: [ID 694452 user.debug]     3700826: CTX0124D Login Process died: quit
MetaFrame(Client_Drive_Mapping)[809]: [ID 784276 user.error]     6601295: CTX1020E CDM failed to handle session reconnect for sess
ion 17 (error code Too many open files).

Thanks

 

BR

Naj


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Naj
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Re: MetaFrame- Client Drive Mapping

Hi,

 

Anyone can help me?

 

//naj


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Naj
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Re: MetaFrame- Client Drive Mapping

Hi

 

Any updates?

 


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Matti_Kurkela
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Re: MetaFrame- Client Drive Mapping

MetaFrame(Client_Drive_Mapping)[809]: [ID 784276 user.error]     6601295: CTX1020E CDM failed to handle session reconnect for session 17 (error code Too many open files).

"Too many open files" usually suggests serious system resource shortage: either you're not allowed to open any more files (sysadmin-adjustable resource limit) or there is a system-wide resource shortage.

 

Citrix support says:

http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX102917

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CTX1020E CDM failed to handle session reconnect for session $1 (error code $2).

Explanation:

The CDM server process was unable safely to perform the necessary

functions for a MetaFrame session which was reconnected. This can be

caused by an internal MetaFrame error, or by serious resource shortage.

Recommended action:

Check the system log for other messages indicating resource shortage,

and attempt to free system resources if this is the cause of the error.

Contact your Citrix support representative.

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If only you are suffering from this problem, the cause might be the session-specific resource limit: run "ulimit -a" and see the line "open files". The default soft limit is usually 1024 on Linux. If this is not enough for your requirements, run "ulimit -aH" to check the corresponding hard limit. If the hard limit is greater than the current soft limit, you can increase the soft limit with "ulimit -n <new value>". The soft limit must always be lower or equal to the hard limit.

 

If the soft and hard limits are already equal, the hard limit must be adjusted: on most Linux distributions, it is configurable in /etc/security/limits.conf. Modification of this file normally requires root privileges, and you must logout & login again to make the new setting effective in your session.

 

If other users and/or system daemons are also suffering from resource shortage, your system might be hitting a system-wide maximum number of files. Run"dmesg": if it contains messages like

"VFS: file-max limit <number> reached"

then you have this problem. You can also use "cat /proc/sys/fs/file-nr" to see the current usage level and the maximum value.

 

To increase the system-wide maximum number of files, use this command:

 

sysctl -w fs.file-max=<new value>

 

You must also add a line to /etc/sysctl.conf to make the change permanent: if you don't, the default value will be restored when you reboot the system.

 

MK

MK