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XenDesktop Error Visualization in Splunk - Logan Bingham XenDesktop Error Visualization in Splunk - Logan Bingham
Splunk Citrix Event Visualization

XenDesktop Error Visualization in Splunk

Citrix XenDesktop Errors Visualized with Splunk

Here are the Splunk Queries I use when I need to create Splunk timechart dashboards to visualize Citrix XenDesktop errors. Try them out and let me know how they work in your environment.

This SPL Query grabs all Citrix related errors:

  • All Citrix Errors
    index=”wineventlog” sourcetype=”WinEventLog:Application” SourceName=”Citrix*” error | timechart count(EventCode) by SourceName

This query displays database errors for the last 7 days:

  • All Citrix Database Errors (7 Days)
    index=”wineventlog” sourcetype=”WinEventLog:Application” SourceName=”Citrix*” database* | timechart count(EventCode) by SourceName

Here is a query to display all events flagged as “failed” in the event log:

  • All Citrix Failures
    index=”wineventlog” sourcetype=”WinEventLog:Application” SourceName=”Citrix*” failed| timechart count(EventCode) by SourceName

It is really not good to have timeouts anywhere in your Citrix XenDesktop environment so here is a timechart query to display when they are happening:

  • All Citrix Timeouts
    index=”wineventlog” sourcetype=”WinEventLog:Application” SourceName=”Citrix*” timeout | timechart count(EventCode) by SourceName

Virtual machine events are easily displayed using this timechart query:

  • All Citrix Virtual Machine Events
    index=”wineventlog” sourcetype=”WinEventLog:Application” SourceName=”Citrix*” virtual | timechart count(EventCode) by SourceName

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