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vuser_init.c(30): Error : socket0 - Software caused connection abort. Error code : 10053.

While running WinSoc script Replay, I am getting this error:

vuser_init.c(24): lrs_receive(socket0, buf5)
vuser_init.c(24): Mismatch in buffer's length (expected 67 bytes, 0 bytes actually received, difference in 67 bytes)
vuser_init.c(26): lrs_send(socket0, buf6)
vuser_init.c(28): lrs_receive(socket0, buf7)
vuser_init.c(28): Mismatch in buffer's length (expected 361 bytes, 0 bytes actually received, difference in 361 bytes)
vuser_init.c(30): lrs_send(socket0, buf8)
vuser_init.c(30): Error : socket0 - Software caused connection abort. Error code : 10053.
Abort was called from an action.

Did anyone experience the same issue.

I am trying to build a custom script between an application and a SQL 2012 SP3 server.

It seems that recording of the script is working properly.  While the script is recording, I see the number incrementing.  And the end user application connects and retrieves data as it should.  But when I run a Replay of the script, I get this error. 

Let me know if you can help.

Thank you

 

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Re: vuser_init.c(30): Error : socket0 - Software caused connection abort. Error code : 10053.

 
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Re: vuser_init.c(30): Error : socket0 - Software caused connection abort. Error code : 10053.

I don't think it is possible to create a working Winsock script for load-testing SQL Server - it is too hard to correlate it and reproduce the logic of the underlying protocol precisely enough. Winsock is just too low-level for this case.

You could try ODBC Protocol, of course, if your application uses ODBC to access SQL Server.

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