I'm working on deploying QGIS 2.4 into a XenApp 6.5 desktop environment.
We've tested QGIS to see if it will run in our environment on a test server and have found that building Pyramids with aerial photos for a map causes the user's session to grab as much memory as it wants. is there either a way to limit the memory a session can grab, or disable the building Pyramid feature?
We load balancing our XenApp environment, we have 2 different memory configurations running in this farm, we have 48GB and 32GB servers. If we ended up with 2 QGIS users on 1 32GB server and 1 of them ran the Build Pyramid command, it could potentially cause the server to fall over.
Apologies if this is the wrong place to post. Please point me in the right direction if that's the case.