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I was attempting to add counter monitoring measures within the LoadRunner version 12.65 for Unix server resources. The server takes the log in, connects but then the LoadRunner Controller returns an error message Monitor name :UNIX Resources. Exception occurred. Machine: 10.40.9.149 (entry point:FactorySSH::collectData). [MsgId: MMSG-47193]. What is the reason for this error? What is needed to correct the issue and get the resource counters?

The Unix syslog shows an accepted log in connection but then bad commands after that. Here is the log items from the server (masked for security):

Sep 17 10:52:37 udxwi114 sshd[22142]: SSH: Server;Ltype: Version;Remote: 11.30.10.185-1208;Protocol: 2.0;Client: libssh-0.7.2

Sep 17 10:52:37 udxwi114 sshd[22142]: SSH: Server;Ltype: Kex;Remote: 11.30.10.185-1208;Enc: aes256-ctr;MAC: hmac-sha2-256;Comp: none [preauth]

Sep 17 10:52:37 udxwi114 sshd[22142]: SSH: Server;Ltype: Authname;Remote: 11.30.10.185-1208;Name: qzxsch8 [preauth]

Sep 17 10:52:38 udxwi114 sshd[22142]: Accepted password for qzxsch8 from 11.30.10.185 port 1208 ssh2

Sep 17 10:52:38 udxwi114 sshd[22144]: SSH: Server;Ltype: Version;Remote: 11.30.10.185-1209;Protocol: 2.0;Client: libssh-0.7.2

Sep 17 10:52:38 udxwi114 sshd[22144]: SSH: Server;Ltype: Kex;Remote: 11.30.10.185-1209;Enc: aes256-ctr;MAC: hmac-sha2-256;Comp: none [preauth]

Sep 17 10:52:38 udxwi114 sshd[22144]: Connection closed by 11.30.10.185 [preauth]

Sep 17 10:52:38 udxwi114 sshd[22145]: Received disconnect from 11.30.10.185: 11: Bye Bye

Sep 17 10:52:38 udxwi114 sshd[22147]: SSH: Server;Ltype: Version;Remote: 11.30.10.185-1210;Protocol: 2.0;Client: libssh-0.7.2

Sep 17 10:52:38 udxwi114 sshd[22147]: SSH: Server;Ltype: Kex;Remote: 11.30.10.185-1210;Enc: aes256-ctr;MAC: hmac-sha2-256;Comp: none [preauth]

Sep 17 10:52:38 udxwi114 sshd[22147]: SSH: Server;Ltype: Authname;Remote: 11.30.10.185-1210;Name: qzxsch8 [preauth]

Sep 17 10:52:38 udxwi114 sshd[22147]: Accepted password for qzxsch8 from 11.30.10.185 port 1210 ssh2

Sep 17 10:52:42 udxwi114 sshd[22164]: do_exec_no_pty: command = /bin/cat /proc/stat| /bin/grep cpu | /usr/bin/head -n 1

Sep 17 10:52:42 udxwi114 sshd[22167]: do_exec_no_pty: command = /bin/cat /proc/stat | /bin/grep btime

Sep 17 10:52:42 udxwi114 sshd[22169]: do_exec_no_pty: command = /bin/cat /proc/uptime

Sep 17 10:52:42 udxwi114 sshd[22170]: do_exec_no_pty: command = /bin/cat /proc/stat | /bin/grep intr | /usr/bin/awk '{print $2}'

Sep 17 10:52:42 udxwi114 sshd[22173]: do_exec_no_pty: command = /bin/cat /proc/stat | /bin/grep ctxt

Sep 17 10:52:42 udxwi114 sshd[22175]: do_exec_no_pty: command = /bin/cat /proc/vmstat | /bin/grep pgpgin -A 3

Sep 17 10:52:42 udxwi114 sshd[22177]: do_exec_no_pty: command = /bin/cat /proc/loadavg

Sep 17 10:52:42 udxwi114 sshd[22178]: do_exec_no_pty: command = /bin/cat  /proc/net/dev | /usr/bin/head -n3 | /usr/bin/tail -n1

Sep 17 10:52:42 udxwi114 sshd[22182]: do_exec_no_pty: command = /bin/cat /proc/meminfo | /bin/grep MemTotal -A 2

Thank you, Elton Schmidt, DXC Tech

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