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Data missing in reports after Test runs using Performance center

Hello.

I am using Performance center 9.52. I have conducted couple of test runs using the same for a duration of 4 hours. I have used 10 scripts and executed all as a single business use case scenario for a load of 100 users split across all 10 scripts.

After the test run was completed , i checked the summary report and found ceratin transactions missing. when investigated further it was found that data from a particular load agent was not received while collating the results.

There were no issues encountered while running the tests indicating any issue with the Load generator. Also this issue is not reproducible consistently.

After a graet deal of effort i have no results to show. please provide assistance in diagnosing the issue here. thanks
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Re: Data missing in reports after Test runs using Performance center

Not sure always took this as a rerun. Is logging or snapshots on error turned on during the test run resulting in larger than normal files sent back to the controller? I think this happens when network communication between the generator and controller is interrupted (large logs) or the generator is having space issues from being overloaded HDD or memory.
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