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  • LoadRunner Analysis: “No Stop_Time Value Defined” Error Fix

    Posted on August 5, 2014 by Admin

    I was running a load test overnight (SOAK) for 10 hours. Something happened overnight, and the Controller machine locked up. I could not log into it or connect to it remotely. It  had to be rebooted. When it came back up, I tried to recollate the results for this test and launch LoadRunner Analysis. I received this error message:

    I was then prompted to look at the error log. I got: Analysis Error log:
    <8/1/2014 9:35:19 AM> Error 75012: in file e:\xxxxx.lrr the Stop_time is 0
    I opened up the LRR with the Notepad applicati Read Entire Entry

  • What’s new in LoadRunner 11.52?

    Posted on October 3, 2013 by Admin

    HP’s May 2013 release of LoadRunner 11.52 was more than just a simple patch. While there are general performance improvements in VUGen and Analysis for general user functions, it also has several new features. This article will cover many of them so you can determine if it is time to upgrade.
    Replay Statistics Summary
    HP deployed multiple changes within the VUGen IDE.  A Replay Statistics Summary is now available for connection information made between each iteration, after a replay.  To disable/enable Replay Statistics go Read Entire Entry

  • How LoadRunner Calculates Hits Per Second

    Posted on September 12, 2012 by Admin

    LoadRunner calculates hits per second in the “Hits per second” graph depending on the HTTP requests sent out each second. If there are no HTTP requests sent for some time, then a request is sent out, and the “hits per second” is computed for the entire interval since the last hit was received.

    The measurement seen on the graph is per second, but the granularity of the graph is not 1 second. It is possible to have fractions of hits per second. If you change the granularity to 1 second, then only whole hits per second will b Read Entire Entry