Must I install anything in the server to monitor?
First the usuals:
1. What version of LoadRunner or PerformanceCenter are you using?
2. What is the protocol you are working with?
3. Which LoadRunner/PerformanceCenter feature or service packs are you using?
4. What kind of LoadRunner license do you have - subscription, perpetual, Virtual User days, or evaluation?
4.1 If subscription, is subscription current or expired?
5. What platform(s) and Operating Systems? Include version and service packs.
6. If you have filed a service request with Mercury, what have they told you at this point with respect to your issue?
Did not file
I want to monitor the webserver under load, but I can't connect to it. I wander that if I must install anything in the server to monitor it?
Re: Must I install anything in the server to monitor?
Hello Nhan Le! [img]/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img] Welcome to the forums.
I wish to address a minor conflict between your two postings related to LoadRunner (** see link at the end of this reply.) In the post above you point out that you have a license subscription. In your first post about 2 hours earlier, you indicate that you have a trial version. I find it interesting that your first post included the correct set from the 10-question posting instructions. The above six question set is obsolete and appears to come from another poster's response?? It looks like it was copied from here:
Is your browser cache current?
Regardless of the conflict, I recommend the following:
During a trial period, it is best for you and your company to work with your authorized reseller. They are best equipped at this point to address your LoadRunner concerns. In addition to that, your company should be able to work out a training arrangement such that you and any team-mates are properly equipped to use this tool and acquainted with the extensive user documentation and tool-based online help.
Re: Must I install anything in the server to monit
Thanks for ur help. I've let my manager know about your ideas.