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Unusually high SSL Handshake time for Login transactions

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We conduct performance test on 3 applications for the same client organizations. The settings for all 3 applications are similar . However for one of applications, the LR Analysis tool  shows unsually high 'SSL Handshake Time'' from the Worst URLs by Reponse Time table.

I see that most the login transactions for that applications have this behaviour. The 'Layers Breakdown' column shows that the 'SSL Handshake time' is unusually high compared to other 2 applications (Attaching a screenshot)

 For the same application, Normally the Login transaction takes around 0.2 seconds when run in VUGen. But during the load test this increases to an average of around 49 seconds which is not the actual login response time. screenshot below

I would like to the possible causes for this or any pointers on this ? Pls let me know if any other details needed. Whehre should I look for to troubleshoot ?SSL Handshkae time.jpg

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The Max Clients setting on the Web server was set to 50. Increasing that to 900resolved this issue. Topic closed

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The Max Clients setting on the Web server was set to 50. Increasing that to 900resolved this issue. Topic closed

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