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How to detect root cause behind spikes in 24 test
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Here, is my Question. I'll appreciate your valuable suggentions.
I've a scenario with multiple groups added into that scenario. All are based on Web Services protocol.
From last few months I am observing short duration spikes into my 24 hour running test. Due to spike, number of failures in transactions remains random, some time less and sometime very huge in number.
Is there, any way or logs, or utility that I should use to monitor to see where the problem getting worst and causing those spikes into running test. Is that spike issue is related to some resources shortage or memory consumption or active threads running ?
Controller is on different machine, Load generators are separate.
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