Members discussed troubleshooting Analyze Logon Duration "Gap" time using product version 8.8 and FSLogix integration. It was suggested to use the ‘Disk Mount Time’ column in the console to look for any patterns among machines and certain file shares. Isolating the user to one server and running procmon with the ALD script could help narrow down ‘the needle in the haystack’. This could reduce lines of code to a few 100k.
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Does anyone know how to troubleshoot Analyze Logon Duration "Gap" time (see screenshot below)? @member @member
the challenge is that if we knew what happens there it would be in the script.
@member if you have upgraded to version 8.8 of our product, you will be able to use the native FSLogix integration assuming the agent is installed on your machines. In the console (soon to be Solve as well), you can see all currently attached FSLogix disks across your enterprise, one of the columns is the disk mount time. Shell start will not complete until the disk is mounted in most cases, so it’s a solid place to start.
I would recommend you look at this column in the context of all disks to see if there is a pattern which forms, machines in the same pool, same location etc. Or even tie it down to a certain file share possibly.
Hope this helps.
the get what’s in the gap you need to run Promon as the user is logging (Isolate to user to a sever on their own)the script will give u the time stamp of were to look in the Procom logs
reduces the needle in a haystack
@member as you can see in the second picture the mount duration is only 0.08s
Ok @member so isolate user to one server and run procmon as the user log in and run the ALD and get the timestamp to look for in Procmon, i’m i right?
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it can reduce it lines of code from millins to a few 100k
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