SiteScope LoadRunner integration set up

by Community Manager on ‎03-06-2013 06:30 AM

Question

Does anyone have documentation on how to set up SiteScope integration with LoadRunner?

Answer

Try checking this article out, it is specific for setting up a Unix monitor, but the same steps apply for other monitors as well.

 

http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM184057

Comments
by zzkam725 on ‎06-09-2013 11:47 AM

you may need got the compatibility matrix for load runner and sitescope first, make sure it's martched.

 

then in the run tab of scenario, and go to the available tree click sitescope, then add it, after you enter IP or host name of sitescope, and choose counters.

by on ‎11-19-2013 08:29 AM

Kevin_Paul-

 

Is this question answered to your satisfaction by zzkam725's response? If not, coupld you please provide a little more detail as to what specifically you would like to know? I have been using SiteScope monitoring for LoadRunner for quite some time, and would be glad to try and provide any additional details that you may be lacking.

 

 

by Rameshvelugoti9 on ‎12-18-2013 07:11 AM

Hi Everyone,

 

While doing Load test for Windows based application following errors are occuring

 

Connection reset by peer. Error code : 10054.
callConnect - Connection refused. Error code : 1006

 

Till 5 users load no errors are occuring if I rampup to 10 1 user get fails and to 20 4 users gets fails failing of users is not constant.

 

Used Winsocket and comdcom protocol,Please suggest the solution

by Ashokkolla on ‎07-01-2014 10:33 PM

Hi Paul

 

 

In Controller window left side we have the options like adding server side hardware monitoring counteres as same like that we have the option as Sitescope double click on that u got a pop window and enter the login credentiales of Sitescope and add the counters as per u r requirement.

 

Regards

Ashok

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