RE RE: New error message.

From: KIMPCHOM (chin60@pchome.com.tw)
Date: Thu Feb 22 2001 - 09:16:07 MST


Dear Alex:
     We don't removing embedded objects from the
workload. But, because we want to shorten test time,
we change the time interval. In polymix-3-guts.pg:

time platDur = 1hour; // plateau phases duration (except idle phase)
                          ---------
                                |
                                ------->default value=4hour
Phase phFill = {
        name = "fill";
        goal.fill_size = 1*ProxyCacheSize / TheBench.client_host_count;
                                           --
                                           |
                                           ----->default value 2*ProxyCacheSize / TheBench.client_host_count

Would it make the error occur? Thanks!

Kim

-----Original Message-----
From: Alex Rousskov [mailto:rousskov@measurement-factory.com]
Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2001 1:51 PM
To: Υí
Cc: polygraph
Subject: Re: New error message.

On Wed, 21 Feb 2001, [big5] Υí wrote:

> We have a new error message " forign host name". Could you
> tell us why these errors happen.

If you get the "foreign host name" errors on the client side, it
probably means that a Robot found an embedded object that does not
belong to the HTML container.

If you are getting these errors with one of the standard workloads and
rules, then the proxy is probably modifying the content or mismatching
requests or replies. If you are using a custom workload, the workload
may be wrong or just beyond Polygraph understanding of your
environment/intentions.

What workload are you using? Does removing embedded objects from the
workload makes the errors go away?

Alex.0\&
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