Checking PVS targets for processes with high disk reads

Powershell script example to be run from PVS server.

Replace <collection name> with target device collection.

Script will qeury each target device in the device collection and return its up time, and top 5 processes by Reads in GB.


& “$($env:systemroot)Microsoft.NETFramework64v4.0.30319installutil.exe” “$($env:programfiles)CitrixProvisioning Services ConsoleCitrix.PVS.SnapIn.dll”

Add-PSSnapin *PVS*

$targets = Get-PvsDevice -SiteName Site -CollectionName <collection name> | select devicename, domainname

foreach ($target in $targets){

$TargetName = “$($target.devicename).$($target.domainname)”

$TopReads = Get-CimInstance -ComputerName $TargetName -ClassName Win32_Process | Select-Object Name,ReadTransferCount | sort -Descending ReadTransferCount | select -First 5

$Uptime = (Get-Date) – (Get-CimInstance -ComputerName $TargetName -ClassName Win32_OperatingSystem).LastBootUpTime

Write-Output “`nPVS target name:`t$($TargetName)”

Write-Output “Uptime: $($uptime.days) days, $($uptime.hours) hours, $($uptime.minutes) minutes”

Write-Output “Processes currently running with top reads in GB:”

foreach ($read in $TopReads){

$ProcessName = “$($read.name)”.Padright(25,’ ‘)

$ReadGB = $([math]::round(($read.ReadTransferCount)/1GB, 3))

Write-Output “$ProcessName $ReadGB”

}

}

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