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'More than one server configured in client. First server is used' & 'Could not start session recording for server...' warnings returned at the start of a load test in Silk Performer when dynaTrace plugin is enabled

'More than one server configured in client. First server is used' & 'Could not start session recording for server...' warnings returned at the start of a load test in Silk Performer when dynaTrace plugin is enabled

If the dynaTrace Client is connected to multiple dynaTrace Servers there may be problems with matching the correct System Profile that has been specified in Silk Performer's system settings. If the System Profile is available on multiple dynaTrace Servers, it is possible that session recording is started on the wrong Server. The end result is the warnings:

Warning   0      More than one server configured in client. First server is used.

Warning   404  Could not start session recording for server "servername" and system profile "profilename".

To avoid this issue, it is recommended that a single system profile be used for each individual server.

There currently is an open enhancement request (RFE) that would allow the specification of the exact server within the client in addition to the system profile.

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