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Abnormal termination, caused by mdrv process termination.

Hi,

I am trying to run a load test on 12.02 version of controller and have 4 LG's connected to distribute the load across evenly.

The issue I am facing is that when I start the test, after few transactions(say login to website) users start failing with below error:

"Abnormal termination, caused by mdrv process termination."

"Error: The remote host's status is 'Failed'. Check the remote host machine [and verify that it has not crashed]. [MsgId: MERR-29722]"

This doesn't happen at same point for each run. I checked if for some reason LG connection was lost, but I don't see any issue there. Checked CPU/Memory on LG as well and no issue there as well.

 

Same load from other set of scripts works fine.

Anyone faced this issue?

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Re: Abnormal termination, caused by mdrv process termination.

Hi,

Which protocol are you using? 

Do you see any error in the Vuser log files?

Thanks,

Shlomi

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Re: Abnormal termination, caused by mdrv process termination.

Check if you have manual alloc() and free() operations that doesn't match. Misstakes in memory  management in scripts will give you symptoms like this (Among many other things)

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Re: Abnormal termination, caused by mdrv process termination.

Good point. And assumning you haven't done anything like that ... I see that kind of error every once in a while. If you haven't bounced the load generators in a while definitely do that. And try to get them to be running as few other pieces of software as possible.

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