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Error running Vugen CLI on Redhat Linux

I went through a standard installation of the Unix version of LR 9.5 Generator on a Redhat Linux 4.8 server. Installation went fine.

When I try to invoke Vugen from the command line I get the following error:

$ run_db_vuser.sh -cpp_only Login_Internal.usr
Linux
Error - can not find Multi driver name for Linux in /opt/HP/HP_LoadGenerator/dat/vugen.dat

There is no reference at all to Linux in the vugen.dat file. Any ideas on what went wrong?
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Re: Error running Vugen CLI on Redhat Linux

Can you let us know the protocol of the script you are running?

-Madhu
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Re: Error running Vugen CLI on Redhat Linux

It's a Web/HTTP script.

HP support corrected my initial error by pointing out that the run_db_vuser.sh script needs to run as root.

Now, the following error has appeared:

$sudo run_db_vuser.sh Login_Internal.usr
Linux
run_db_get_prof: error while loading shared libraries: libmosifs.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Error - can not find db type in
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Re: Error running Vugen CLI on Redhat Linux

Hi!

I have exactly the same error message, although the file exists, and i have also included the 'bin' directory in PATH.
Any suggestions to fix the error?

BR
Kristof
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