[Webtest] Out of memory when running WebTest
Tim Miller" <email@example.com
Thu, 19 Apr 2007 14:59:53 -0700
No PDF or Excel files are processed, there is some JS in the pages.
About 214 result pages are returned. I switched to a larger machine with
8 GB and was able to run 8 of the tests successfully, though the last
test took some time to complete. I then enabled the remaining 4 tests
and got an out of memory. I have some sqlunit calls which return a very
small amount of data, 1 or 2 rows. I have not done any profiling as yet.
I can provide you with the WebTestResults.xml which is about 779 KB if
that is any help.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> On Behalf Of Marc Guillemot
> Sent: Thursday, April 19, 2007 8:28 AM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: [Webtest] Out of memory when running WebTest
> Quite strange. I'm used to run test sequence more than 100 times
> than yours without problem.
> Have you tried to profile WebTest to see where is the lost memory? Is
> involved? PDF files? Excel files? Many windows?
> Tim Miller wrote:
> > I have a project which contains 12 WebTests, each WebTest contains
> > approximately 50-60 steps. I can only run 4 of the WebTests at a
> > Anything more and I get an out of memory. Each WebTest seems to use
> > about .1 GB of memory when it runs, the memory usage never goes down
> > once each WebTest completes. Eventually, it just locks up the
> > then returns out of memory. I have 2 GB of memory on the machine.
> > WebTest is run from an Ant script which runs java on
> > org.apache.tools.ant.launch.Launcher, fork=3Dtrue, =
> > WebTest: build 1453
> > Ant: 1.6.5 (also tried 1.7.0)
> > I am including the WebTest taskdef only once as was suggested in
> > discussions. I am using the xml results output. Any ideas?
> > Tim
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