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GENERAL_MSG_CAT_SSL_ERROR] while running script in performance center for load test

I am getting below error while execution of webservices script on performance center.

The script os not giving any issue and executes successfully on VUgen however, it failes during load test execution on performance center.

Following function is added in the script still same error is observed

web_set_sockets_option("SSL_VERSION","TLS");

 

GENERAL_MSG_CAT_SSL_ERROR]read to host  failed: [10054] Connection reset by peer

Closed connection [0] to after completing 0 requests                  [MsgId: MMSG-26000]

Server  has shut down the connection [0] prematurely (empty response, no HTTP headers received). No retry attempted                 [MsgId: MMSG-26000]

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Re: GENERAL_MSG_CAT_SSL_ERROR] while running script in performance center for load test

Hi,

Please check this post: /t5/LoadRunner-Practitioners-Forum/GENERAL-MSG-CAT-SSL-ERROR-Connection-failed-to-host-during/td-p/6202935 and try all the steps mentioned as possible workarounds, inlcuding trying to regenerate the script after changing the port mapping. Before you regenerate the script create a backup of existing copy since regeneration resets the script state.

BTW: please also ensure that proxy settings are well defined in the run time settings. When Vusers run from PC they run under service account which might not have http access.

Finally, please open a support ticket in parallel to this post. 

Thanks,

Shlomi

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