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Can't run more than 19 users via Performance Center.

Hi!

I test not public application.

I use PC 12.53.

I recorded very small HTML/HTTP script against the application which I test. The script runs fine as single user via Vugen. When I try to run my script with multiple users via PC, it success to run only 19 users. The users 20, 21 etc. pass directly from state "Init" to state "Error".  At the log I see the following error messages:

"Continuing after error -27496: Internal Error - InternetCloseHandle failed for item at 044BB908, Windows error code=6. Assuming the item can be deleted, but error(s) may occur in fvLrwNetWinInetCallback, Snapshot Info [MSH 1 137]"

"Unknown service name VuserNotifyEndStatusData , moniker 20"

Any ideas? 10x.

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Re: Can't run more than 19 users via Performance Center.

Hi

And you are not using anything "special", just the html-script and some correlations and parametrizations. Then I would suggest you open a supportticket to HPE. I have never seen this errormessage before in PC.

br /ola


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Re: Can't run more than 19 users via Performance Center.

Thanks. 😞

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Re: Can't run more than 19 users via Performance Center.

Hi

 

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