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    Default Permission denied on load test tool

    Hi.
    I want to load test my wowza install which is streaming a live stream. I have installed a second wowza instance on a similar server, taken steps for performance tuning, and installed the load test client tool.

    When I try and run the the ./performance.sh live command to start the performance test on the client computer, I get a "permission denied" message.
    I am running via putty/ssh, logged in as the server root user.

    If this matters, The client computer is a VM on Xenserver with 8 cores, 8 GB memory, centos 6_64. We only have two vm's on this machine and usage is less than 2% on any resources.

    Any ideas on what I am doing wrong?

    Thanks

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    Hi there,

    Try this command:
     sudo ./performance.sh
    Salvadore

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    Quote Originally Posted by salvadore View Post
    Hi there,

    Try this command:
     sudo ./performance.sh
    Salvadore
    Salvadore,
    Thanks for the response. sudo did not work, I now get "command not found". I cans see the performance.sh file in the directory, but no go.

    Thanks

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    I'm sorry, I forgot to include the "live" portion of the command in my previous post.

    It should be:
    sudo ./performance.sh live
    Salvadore

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    Quote Originally Posted by salvadore View Post
    I'm sorry, I forgot to include the "live" portion of the command in my previous post.

    It should be:
    sudo ./performance.sh live
    Salvadore
    Yes, I included it, but still got the new error message

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbc1717 View Post
    Yes, I included it, but still got the new error message

    Thanks
    Being investigated with ticket 64786

    Andrew.

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    Andrew,
    I responded to the ticket Email and uploaded files as you requested.

    Thanks

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    Okay, with tech support from wowza, we find out that the test tool files had been corrupted when uploaded. I uploaded the .zip file afresh and expanded it, and the ./performance.sh live command worked great.

    Thanks to all who helped, we had a very successful load test today.

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    Hi,
    Thanks for the update.

    Jason

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