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Thu, Oct 9, 2014 at 7:02:42 PM | Slow performance Revit 2014 XenDesktop

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Hello

I can start by saying that im not that familiar with how to use Revit.

 

We're running a PoC for Revit in XenDesktop with nvidia grid cards.Dell R720, 8 300gb SSD raid 10Internal SSD drivesThe virtual pc specs areWindows 7 64-bit (tried win 8 also same issue)CPU: Intel Xeon E5-2690 @ 3 ghz 4 virtual cores (tried with 8, same issues as below)16 gb RAMNvidia Grid2k K260Q 2gb ramRevit 2014 Update 3

HW acceleration on

Most of the work our customer do runs really smooth or at least equal to their workstations

But if i add a Pipe or copy an object everything start to run really really slow. Especially if i add a pipe and then extend it. Seems to be alot of calculations going on? If i cancel everything runs smooth again.

I've checked cpu/ram/gpu/network/disk nothing seems especially loaded.

Runnign out of ideas

Any thoughts?


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Fri, Oct 17, 2014 at 3:01:52 PM | Slow performance Revit 2014 XenDesktop

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Can you explain what "PoC for Revit in XenDesktop" is ?


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Fri, Oct 17, 2014 at 3:04:30 PM | Slow performance Revit 2014 XenDesktop

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I should also point out that this is a question for your software reseller right. The first thing you need to do is contact the people who sold you the software. We drawing miles and miles of pipe with no problems.


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Mon, Oct 20, 2014 at 8:50:13 AM | Slow performance Revit 2014 XenDesktop

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Its a proof of concept to show that Revit works with virtual desktops for this customer.

Saving money because you don't need to buy workstations and adding mobility, work from anywhere.

 

We have mananged to  get it pretty smooth, only mep parts with calculations that run somewhat slowly.

Turned off calculations and it became a bit better, also their files are very complex and as their reseller told us they use the application wrong.

Opening unessescary views and load objects that does not need to be loaded. They are about to try working "the right way" on their next projects, hopefully we see better performance.


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