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Failed to open console sync file

While doing a playback,I am facing the following error
vuser_end.c(6): Error -26668: Failed to open console sync file ("F:\Project\LoadRunner\Scripts\Parameterized\Customer\result1\ctrlsink.dat") for output. Internal error code (errno) was 0 [MsgId: MERR-26668]

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Re: Failed to open console sync file

your result file seems corrupted because of aborting the replay suddenly or the replay getting hung in between. Try deleting the result folder in your script and replay the script. Else, make another copy of your script by using save as and save it in a different name and replay the script.

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Prashanth T
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Re: Failed to open console sync file

Increase the network buffer size parameter from default 12288 to something greater, e.g. 40960 in Run Time Settings->Preferences->Options->Network buffer size

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Re: Failed to open console sync file

Increasing the Network buffer size hleps but when ran for multiple iterations even that doesnt work and throws same error.

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Re: Failed to open console sync file

Hi,

 

Any one solve this issue. I am also having the same issue and tried the options mentioned in the forum.

 

Regards,

Saravanan

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