Login VSI Storage Workload
Login VSI storage workload
- CPU-only intensive operations are removed in favor of IO-intensive operations
- Browse and edit sections are removed or minimized, as they have no specific impact on disk IO
- The Login VSI storage workload loops every 16 minutes instead of the 48 minutes typical for the knowledge worker profile
- At the end of each loop, after all apps are closed, the VSImemoryeater consumes maximum memory for a couple of seconds (105% of available memory). This will clear any applications that are still cached in Windows memory. The next time these apps are started in a new loop, it will generate the same read IO as if the application is started for the first time
The recommended usage of the Login VSI storage workload
The recommended usage of the Login VSI storage workload is as follows:
- The storage workload relies on Login VSI 4.1, so the first step is to download, install and configure Login VSI 4.1. If you’re not familiar with Login VSI, please refer to the Login VSI Installation documentation. Installing the PRO content library is recommended to use with the storage workload.
- Install the Login VSI Storage workload into the Login VSI share.
- Validate the VDI or SBC environment and the Login VSI installation by running one of the default workloads, included in the Login VSI Professional download.
- Select the Storage workload in the management console.
- Run a small-scale test and slowly incrementing number of sessions.
- Analyze the results of the test. To get full insight in the performance of your VDI or SBC environment, external data can be gathered and loaded into the Analyzer.
The Login VSI Storage workload relies on the functionality of Login VSI 4.1
Download and install Login VSI 4.1
Download Login VSI from this download page
Install Login VSI 4.1 as described in this Installation page
Download and install the storage workload
Download the storage workload from this download page
Start the LoginVSI_StorageWorkload.exe installer.
Click the “Next” button.
Enter the path to your Login VSI share and click the “Next” button.
Click the “Install” button to start the installation.
Press the “Finish” button to close the installer application.