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    Processor Interupt time

    I have 5 servers running Citrix 4.5 presentation server. I keep getting a server metric warning involving the processor interrupt time. The default setting for resource manager appears to be warn at .30 and error at 0.40. Is there something broken or are the defaults too low? Performance seems to be fine.

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    Re: Processor Interupt time

    Well, I figured this one out. It's not broken. The defaults are set a little too low for my hardware configuration. So I upped the default limit to warn at 5% and error at 10%. The settings are stored in the Access Management Console, under Citrix Resources -> Presentation Server -> <Farm Name> -> Monitoring Configuraton -> Server Monitoring -> Default Configuration

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