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Load Runner Error 27791

hi all,
i am getting "Action.c(15): Error -27791: Server has shut down the connection prematurely" error when i am running for 25 users with 2 nodes active using Websphere Application server 6.1. Can anybody explain the reason for this error and how to overcome this.
Thanks in advance,
Renjith.
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This error is that due restriction on the webservers. You can increase connection pooling limit in the webservers.

Because i am facing the same problem in my current application, after increasing connection pooling setting its not coming.

Try this. Hopufully it should work.
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By default on WebSphere Application Server Version 6 or later, a SOAP over JMS Web ... after some number of seconds, the server might start to shut down.

Have to increse the below setting:

server.quiesceTimeout

Specifies, in seconds, the overall length of the quiesce timeout. If a request is still outstanding after this number of seconds, the server might start to shut down. For example, a value of 180 would be 3 minutes.

The default value is 180.

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i have specified the connection pool size as min 50 and max 500 in WAS. Here i am running on 2 nodes and getting this error in one of the node. i have tried by reducing the no: of users to ten but didnt help. i was getting the same error there too. To be specific, i am doing a mix mode test ie login-logout with some transactions.
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I am getting this erro with a SOA web services script. Does the connection pool solution still apply?
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Please refer 'Tuning Connection Backlog Buffering' on the following URL::

http://download-llnw.oracle.com/docs/cd/E13222_01/wls/docs81/perform/WLSTuning.html#1136287


Hope this helps!
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