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Abnormal Termination and Exception_Access_Violation

When I load balance ,there are message

"Abnormal Termination and Exception_Access_Violation"

What is the cause and how to solve these problem..

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Re: Abnormal Termination and Exception_Access_Violation

Check the settings in VuGen and the browser
If the script fails in VuGen:
1. Go to Tools -> Internet Options -> Connections -> LAN Settings, and check if there are any proxy servers specified.
2. If there are, specify the same proxy settings under the Vuser -> Run-Time Settings -> Proxy tab. Ensuring that information contained in the browser is identical to that specified for the Vuser helps to avoid initial connection errors.

If the script fails in the Controller with one Vuser on "localhost":
1. Reconfirm that the Run-Time Settings are identical as those set in VuGen.
2. Make sure that Scenario -> Enable IP Spoofer is not selected.

If the script fails in the Controller during a load test:
This is most likely a load problem. You may get this problem on slow, congested, or high latency Internet links. Consult your network administrators if you see this problem during load test.
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Re: Abnormal Termination and Exception_Access_Violation

also check LG CPU and memory usage while test is running.

also check web_set_max_param_lenght
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