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I have a satisfactory test plan, that I have been using to test with from single load generation server to our application server which reads data from a CSV file. I have been been asked to setup and start testing with a distributed system. 

I setup JMETERJMeter in a masterMaster - slaveSlave configuration, and it successfully starts the remote system and starts executingexecution. The problem that I am having is that it looks like it can'tJMeter not able to find the data file on the remote server or that it can't read it in. I have seen similar issues before, but it was corrected by cleaning up some formatting issues. If I run the remote server in standalone mode, it reads the file and executes the test just fine. Does anybody have any suggestions or thoughts on this?

I have a satisfactory test plan, that I have been using to test with from single load generation server to our application server which reads data from a CSV file. I have been been asked to setup and start testing with a distributed system. I setup JMETER in a master - slave configuration, and it successfully starts the remote system and starts executing. The problem that I am having is that it looks like it can't find the data file on the remote server or that it can't read it in. I have seen similar issues before, but it was corrected by cleaning up some formatting issues. If I run the remote server in standalone mode, it reads the file and executes the test just fine. Does anybody have any suggestions or thoughts on this?

I have a satisfactory test plan, that I have been using to test with from single load generation server to our application server which reads data from a CSV file. I have been been asked to setup and start testing with a distributed system. 

I setup JMeter in a Master - Slave configuration, and it successfully starts the remote system and starts execution. The problem that I am having is JMeter not able to find the data file on the remote server or that it can't read it in. I have seen similar issues before, but it was corrected by cleaning up some formatting issues. If I run the remote server in standalone mode, it reads the file and executes the test just fine. Does anybody have any suggestions or thoughts on this?

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Issue with Reading CSV file when doing Distributed testing in Jmeter

I have a satisfactory test plan, that I have been using to test with from single load generation server to our application server which reads data from a CSV file. I have been been asked to setup and start testing with a distributed system. I setup JMETER in a master - slave configuration, and it successfully starts the remote system and starts executing. The problem that I am having is that it looks like it can't find the data file on the remote server or that it can't read it in. I have seen similar issues before, but it was corrected by cleaning up some formatting issues. If I run the remote server in standalone mode, it reads the file and executes the test just fine. Does anybody have any suggestions or thoughts on this?