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Running same script on multiple generators

Hi There,
 
I need to run same script on multiple generators to create number of users . Project is ASP with Ajax calls. My paramethers
When I run script on 1 generator, I am able to run 45 users with no problem.
I have web_set_max_html_param_len("59999"); and 2 GB of memory on each generator.
 
When I was trying to run 40 users on 3 generators I was getting multiple memory violation errors. On a generator I was running 45 uesrs earlier I was able to run only 20 or so and got others with memory violation.
 
Errors are
  • Abnormal termination, caused by mdrv process termination.
  • Error: Exception was raised when calling event-notify Vuser function in extension lrwreplaymain.dll: System Exceptions: EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION

    Error: Exception was raised when calling abort-cleanup function in extension trans.dll: System Exceptions: EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION

GetEstimate.c(18): Error: C interpreter run time error: GetEstimate.c (18):  Error -- memory violation : Exception ACCESS_VIOLATION received

 
for first error I found some solutions, however 2 others did not return any information on a Google search.
 
 
Is this Ok with loadrunner to run same script with same parameter files on multiple generators? May be this is a simpel question, but I have never needed to spread same script over few generators.
What may cause memory violation message in this scenario?
 
thanks a lot
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