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Citrix and IDs Encountring error CTX_ERROR_00060
Let me set the stage:
Citrix Client Test/ QA LOAD 5.7 SP1
If I run a test with 6 users I don't see any errors
When I start increasing the load I see the following message reported:
CTX_ERROR_00060 -- Citrix client has disconnected, no more commands may be executed. (not connected to server)
In the docs the text states: "This error normally occurs after two instances of CTX_WARNING_00055"
This in fact is happening: I do see 2 instances in the player log prior to error 60.
One of the resolutions is this
"Ensure that the Citrix session was not interrupted due to conflict with another session on the Citrix server, such as by a session using the same login credentials."
A) I have used either ONE login
B) I have used and anonymous login(basically no login info)
C) I have also tried moving the connect and disconnect statements outside the begin/end transation statements.
All those attempts did not work.
What I am speculating is happening is that one VUser is stepping on an other and somehow disconnecting the others session and then the failure message ocurrs.(After trying this I thought I should not have experienced this issue since I am never logging out till the end of the script...but my assumptions were wrong I guess...and here I am posting my dilema)
Has anyone conducted a load test using Citrix Client with a large number of users with a single sign-on without experiencing this issue?...If so I can start searching elsewhere before going throught the lengthy bureaucratic process of getting individual network logins? [img]/images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img]
Re: Citrix and IDs Encountring error CTX_ERROR_00060
We have run several scripts through the Citrix Middleware to test the Cerner HealthCare application. Normally, we can get anywhere from 30-35 virtual users running on a single Citrix server. The scripts normally log into Citrix using the same Citrix login.
Have you tried to manually log into the Citrix server prior to running your script and then monitor the resources on the server while your script runs? If you are running the scripts from the Workbench make sure you change the default duration for script execution to either 0 or 100 (in Citrix middleware 0 = 100%) otherwise your scripts will end prematurely.