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Memory Usage on Citrix Presentation Server 3 and W2k Server

 
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 07, 2006 5:50 am    Post subject: Memory Usage on Citrix Presentation Server 3 and W2k Server Reply with quote

We have installed Open Office 2.0 on a Citrix Presentation Server 3 with Windows 2000 Server (SP4). Is it possible to reduce the memory Usage for each user session. At the moment we get the following memory Usage per User:
soffice.bin ~ 35 MB
soffice.exe ~ 1,7 MB
That means approximately 36 MB * 25 User = 900 MB
That is to much ! We have 4GB Ram for 25-30 Users and are at the limit without using open office. We need open office for our aplication Software which creates pdf-files about open office. Maybe there is a way to load soffice.bin 1 time for all users (there are other applications which are doing this for there DLL files.
Additional question: After creating a pdf the soffice.bin stays in memory. Is there an easy way to kill this process automatically?
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 14, 2006 7:24 am    Post subject: No answers? Wrong question?? Reply with quote

Hello!
Is there nobody with any solution? Is the problem not clear?
Or incomprehensible ?
Please talk with me...!
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