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Chrome,Firefox AMI not returning results
02-19-2012, 11:53 AM
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Chrome,Firefox AMI not returning results
I am running 1 amazon instance (all in east) for each of the 3 instance types. The IE9 instance is AMI# ami-0f7eae66 as per the docs. I am running WPT 2.5 on another box.

The IE7 and IE8 boxes work fine. The IE9 part of the IE9 box works fine.

The Chrome and Firefox requests the -location-_wptdriver (via the apache logs), and even 'starts the test' (that's what the getLocations.php file says and the UI for running tests updates). However, it never returns anything and eventually times out with "The test completed but there were no successful results."

Here is my locations.ini

Code:
[locations]
1=EC2_East
default=EC2_East

[EC2_East]
1=x_wpt_ie9_east_wptdriver
2=x_wpt_ie9_east
3=x_wpt_ie8_2
4=x_wpt_ie7_east
label="x EC2 East (IE7-9,Chrome,FF)"

[x_wpt_ie9_east_wptdriver]
browser=Chrome,Firefox
label="Chrome/FF East - EC2"

[x_wpt_ie9_east]
browser=IE 9
label="IE9 East - EC2"

[x_wpt_ie8_2]
browser=IE 8
latency=0
label="IE8 East - EC2"

[x_wpt_ie7_east]
browser=IE 7
latency=0
label="IE7 East - EC2"

My apache access log has these:

Code:
107.22.x.x - - [19/Feb/2012:01:46:24 +0000] "GET /work/getwork.php?location=x_wpt_ie9_east_wptdriver&software=wpt&ver=21&pc=IP-0A02Bxxx&ec2=i-ce2d0xxx HTTP/1.1" 200 - "-" "WebPagetest Driver"

107.22.x.x - - [19/Feb/2012:01:47:17 +0000] "GET /work/getwork.php?location=x_wpt_ie9_east&key=&ec2=i-ce2d0xxx&pc=IP-0A02Bxxx&ver=304 HTTP/1.1" 200 - "-" "urlBlast"

I am unsure how to Remote Desktop into these machines (it never generates a password, I guess because "Ec2SetPassword" is not set in their Config.xml), otherwise I'd check out what was going on there.

Thanks so much!
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Chrome,Firefox AMI not returning results - SlexAxton - 02-19-2012 11:53 AM

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