Applications View

The Processes View is an aggregated view of all Windows processes running on all of your managed computers, grouped by the process name and version.

This view displays all applications currently executed in your environment, along with statistics that enable the identification of top resource consumers and other application-related trends in your enterprise.

Executables View Column Reference

The following information columns are available in the Information Grid while using the Executables View.

Avg. Memory per Process

Average RAM consumed by processes with this image name on all managed machines

Avg. App Load Time

Average load time for all instances of the user-mode application, as defined in App Load Time tab of the Settings window

Computers

Total number of machines on which this executable is currently running

CPU

Average percentage of CPU consumed by this executable on all machines on which it is currently launched

I/O Read Operations/sec

Average amount of read I/O operations (file, network, and device) generated per second by all processes with this image name and version on all managed computers

I/O Write Operations/sec

Average amount of write I/O operations (file, network, and device) generated per second by all processes with this image name and version on all managed computers

Maximum Memory per Process

Maximum RAM consumed by a process with this image name on all managed machines

Memory (Private Bytes)

Total non-sharable memory consumed by this executable on all machines

Memory (Working Set)

Total memory working set consumed by this executable on all machines

Minimum Memory per Process

Minimum RAM consumed by a process with this image name on all managed machines

Name

Process image name

Page faults / sec

Total Page Faults / sec consumed by this executable on all machines

Processes

Total number of processes with this image name on all managed machines

Product Version

Product version as recorded in executable’s properties

Stress Level

An aggregated measure of the executable’s performance columns, as configured for the current record in the Stress Settings.

XD Active Sessions

Number of active sessions running the XenDesktop published application

XD App Instances Count

For a XenDesktop published application, count of its running instances

XD App State

Indicates if the XenDesktop published application is enabled

XD Available / Published Ratio

For a XenDesktop published application, count of computers on which the application is available (from the XenDesktop perspective), divided by the total count of computers on which the application is published.

XD Available On Count For a XenDesktop published application, the number of computers on which the application is published (not necessarily running) and which are available from the XenDesktop perspective
XD Disconnected Sessions Number of disconnected sessions running the XenDesktop published application
XD managed / running ratio For a XenDesktop published application, percentage of computers running the XenDesktop published application on which ControlUp agent is installed
XD Published App Created The creation timestamp of the XenDesktop published application
XD Published App Name The XenDesktop published application's name shown to the user (Browser Name or Application Name)
XD Published On Count For a XenDesktop published application, count of computers the application is published on
XD Running / Available Ratio
For a XenDesktop published application, count of computers currently running the application divided by the number of computers on which the application is published and which are available from the XenDesktop perspective
XD Running / Published Ratio For a XenDesktop published application, count of computers currently running the application divided by the number of computers on which the application is published.
XD Total Sessions Number of sessions running the XenDesktop published application
XD Total Users Number of users running the XenDesktop published application

 

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