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From "Brydges, Jamie" <jbryd...@fdbhealth.com>
Subject Non HTTP response code: java.net.SocketException,Non HTTP response message: Connection reset by peer: socket write error jmeter
Date Thu, 26 Feb 2015 12:22:15 GMT
Hi,
We're running some load tests with 1000 threads split between 2 JMeter instances run through
the CMD line, not via the GUI.  We're getting the above error on some of our HTTP calls. 
This is also causing the call times for the calls that come directly below this to become
very large (normally about 200 - 500 ms, this goes up after the above message to around 5000ms).

Does anyone know what this relates to and how this can be fixed?

(I've tried running 1000 threads split between 4 instances and this hasn't worked)


Thanks,
Jamie.



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