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  • #16
    HI Tim David Simon
    Official download V10.1 1001,Advanced network can not run, help to see, after the trial version of normal to buy the official version
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    • #17
      The error 'Unable to load performance counters' indicate that BurnInTest cannot retrieve information from the network adaptors/ Windows Performance Monitoring. Try updating the drivers for the network cards. Also check in Performance Monitor that you can add network adaptor there for monitoring:
      https://forums.passmark.com/burninte...mance-counters

      It also looks like between using v9 initially and v10 in this forum thread, slightly different systems were used for the test machine?

      How are the test and remote machines connected?
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      • #18
        In the picture,How to solve
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        • #19
          Counter open normally, Burn V10 but it seems to appear as soon as you turn it on error,Help to look at
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          • #20
            HI Tim David Simon

            Permon Already open Burn appear error

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            • #21
              Permon Network interface,Bytes Total/sec ,Already open,burnin error,log .ZIP !
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              • #22
                I think there may be an issue with a single endpoint trying to handle all the connection requests at the start of the test when you are trying to test so many cards, the errors are only occurring at the very start and once started it seems that you aren't seeing any more errors.

                Can you please try reducing the amount of cards you are testing to see if the test will start without error, or you can try adding more endpoint systems to the network.

                Also you are trying to set a target network load of 100% for the cards while the endpoint system only has a single card, this isn't going to be achievable.

                Another point referring to this picture, it's not entirely clear but do you have the endpoint system and the test system directly connected to each other and not via a switch? If so this is not how it should be setup, the system under test should be connected to a switch and one or more endpoint systems available on the same network.
                Last edited by Tim (PassMark); 01-12-2022, 09:43 PM.

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                • #23
                  Set the following method,I disabled other networks, reserved 2,At the beginning error,Two computers rebooted,Open the Network interface,Bytes Total/sec,Sometimes the normal
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                  • #24
                    For your two systems "under test", is one of these the endpoint? If not and you are trying to run the advanced network test on two different systems at once this isn't supported (the test is designed so there is one system running BurnInTest which will connect to one or more systems running the endpoint). Running more than instance of BurnInTest running the advanced network test on the network will cause disconnections and errors.

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                    • #25
                      , is one of these the endpoint?
                      YES ,The remote machine ,Open the End Point ,Test machine and remote machine,The Network link 2.5G, a single card, More than one network card,The same is true when you start reporting errors,It's in the same subnet

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                      • #26
                        Based on your last log have you tried decreasing the amount of network cards being tested yet and decreasing the target bandwidth?
                        Likely the endpoint is getting overloaded at the start of testing due to the number of cards.

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