This section describes troubleshooting and limitations for running Vusers on load generators machines.
If you receive a warning indicating that the load generator machine has reached 80% of the CPU resources, make sure that your load generator machine conforms to the recommended system requirements as stated in the Readme file.
LoadRunner supports the latest versions of VMware ESX. However, running Vusers on virtual machines may adversely affect performance due to the sharing of physical resources.
You cannot run VB and C# projects created with the Visual Studio add-ins on load generators with limited user permissions.
You cannot run LoadRunner projects created in Visual Studio (VB and C#) on remote load generators if they were launched by a limited, non-admin user.
When running ODBC scripts on RHEL 6, you may encounter the following replay error:
Workaround: Create a libodbccr.so.1 soft link to libodbccr.so.2.0.0 using the following syntax:
For details, see https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=719595.
Windows Load Generator machines can only run one GUI Vuser at a time. To run multiple GUI Vusers in a load test, you need to open a terminal server session for each GUI Vuser.
Scripts containing Japanese symbols may generate errors during replay or fail during replay, when running on Linux load generators set to a Japanese locale.