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Load Generators/Controller Status is turned to non operational after running a load test.

Hi All,


Can any one please advise me on the below problem.


When testers are excecuting SAP GUI tests on the load generators from the controller , the LG's and controller are switching to non operational state.





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Re: Load Generators/Controller Status is turned to non operational after running a load test.

Hi Srihari,


Do you any details for errors when executing this script? What version of Vugen and SAP server are you using?



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Re: Load Generators/Controller Status is turned to non operational after running a load test.

Is this something that is easily reproduced or is it something that happens randomly?  If it happens all the time I would suggest putting the hosts that are going into the non-operational state after running a load test in Debug mode and reviewing the logs for error messages.


You don't want to leave the hosts in debug mode for extended periods of time however because it can have a negative effect on the results that you collect so if this is something that is happening randomly you may want to take some of the hosts out of normal use, put them in a special debugging Host Pool and then put them in Debug mode and run several tests, clearing the debug logs between tests until you can reproduce the problem.


Is this happening only on the host that is the Controller or is it also happening on hosts that are Load Generators and Stand Alone Load Generators?


Will PC recover the host back to Available state after 15 - 30 minutes?


Can this be reproduced with a single user test or does it only happen after an extended run?


When you have some of this additional information or if you are not able to determine an answer for these questions you should consider opening a support case on the Software Support Web site.


C Drummond


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