I have recorded a script where I get a window that pops up on the client with an option to save a file to disk. When I do a "Try" script and get to the point where the script makes a request for the file URL the CPU usage on my PC goes to 100%. Any ideas on why this would happen or what I can do to prevent the CPU from maxing out?
I am also receiving and Info message stating: "HTTP 1011 - Unexpected connection close during read., Send request first attempt). I am not sure what this message is stating. Any help on this would be great too!
[This message has been edited by kkoski (edited 04-29-2002).]
The max CPU could be caused because of logging. If it is a large file that is being downloaded, you are dumping it all into a TrueLog that is going to be really big. Try running a single user with no loggint enabled and the CPU should be fine
When doing a try script, the high CPU should be fine; however, you of course will not be able to log like that for any load at all.
I tried to execute the test with a single user and the CPU was much lower. I also tried to do a "Try" script without animation to see if this made a difference but the CPU still maxed out. So I guess any logging to a true log will cause this problem. Does anyone know if I need to be concerned about the info message for HTTP:1011?
<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by kkoski: Does anyone know if I need to be concerned about the info message for HTTP:1011? <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
Take a look at the thread "HTTP:1011- unexpected connection close during the read"
and i think with Silkperformer 5.01 this problem should be solved.