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How to get rid of failed requests using OPEN STA for load testing

 
Radhika Reddy
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Hi,
I am using OpenSTA for Load Testing.I applied 100 virtual users.I observed failed requests..My system should support alteast 200+ virtual users without any failed requests.What do I need to do to get rid of those failed requests..Need help..
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In which way did the requests fail?
 
Radhika Reddy
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Hi,
I generated script by running application and performing some user actions.Then I ran the test for 100 virtual users..After completing the test..I looked in Test Summary snapshots of results.This table have many fields..few are timestamp,avg connection time,runtime,total users,finished users,Http Requests,Failed Requests etc..
Here is info..
Runtime Totusers HttpRqsts FailedRequests
0:02:001001120
0:02:101005546
0:02:20100132519
0:02:30100197541
0:02:40100218456
0:02:501003460124
0:03:001003787133
0:03:101004438154
0:03:201005840208
0:03:311007116276
0:03:411007756308
0:03:511008284340
0:04:011009542426
0:04:1110010900524
0:04:2110011115533
0:04:3110011766554
0:04:4110011982562
I want to know like how to get rid of those failed requests..Any tuning etc..
Thanks,
 
Dana Hanna
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you'd need to see the actual HTTP comm. logs. I am not familiar wth the tool that you are using, but there must be a way to see each virtual "users" log activity. Then perhaps you'll see an error, which will clue you into the problem. I'd briefly say that it soulnd like your code, or your web server, has a synchronization problem.
 
Hozaifa Azmi
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Hello All,

Recently, i have started working with openSTA;
Here is the configuration:
- OpenSTA 1.4.4 Release Installation
- Windows XP SP2
- Browser IE6

While recording a script, i am getting the following error regarding gateway:

Running in default mode (as a console)...


Initialize the gateway...
Listening on <172.16.154.242:3000>.
Gateway is running...
Connection from <172.16.154.242:1496>.
Listening default on <172.16.154.242:81> for <> using gwhttp.dll.

Original Browser configuration
------------------------------
Proxy Configuration : HTTP:HST-PCS1567C:81;SSL:HST-PCS1567C:81;FTP:HST-PCS1567C:
81;GOPHER:HST-PCS1567C:81;SOCKS:HST-PCS1567C:81
Exceptions : <local>
Local Proxy Value : no_proxy_for_local

Connection from <172.16.154.242:1498> to default <0.0.0.0:0> using gwhttp.dll.
Connection from <172.16.154.242:1500> to default <0.0.0.0:0> using gwhttp.dll.
Disconnection from <172.16.154.242:1498>.
Disconnection from <172.16.154.242:1500>.
Connection from <172.16.154.242:1502> to default <0.0.0.0:0> using gwhttp.dll.
Connection from <172.16.154.242:1503> to default <0.0.0.0:0> using gwhttp.dll.
Disconnection from <172.16.154.242:1503>.
!! WSAECONNABORTED, Software caused connection abort.
, An established connection was aborted by the software in your hos
t machine, possibly due to a data transmission timeout or protocol error.
,<F:\OpenSTA\Builds\cvs-rw\ostaw32\src\Architecture\CyrToolsOS\socket.cpp
/1571>,10053
Connection from <172.16.154.242:1506> to default <0.0.0.0:0> using gwhttp.dll.
Disconnection from <172.16.154.242:1502>.
Disconnection from <172.16.154.242:1506>.


Kindly, let me know how to resolve this issue & get the script recorded.


Thank You,
Naseem
 
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