*Setup as following: *
- Two application pools
- Two folders with resources (same structure)
- Agent1 -> 64bit IIS Agent, listening on http://amqa-clone73.test.forgerock.com:80
- Agent2 -> 32bit IIS Agent, listening on http://amqa-clone73.test.forgerock.com:81
- 1000 users (user.1 - user.1000)
- 2000 policies(agent:port/Resource1-1000.html)
- Each user can access only resource matching his number
- Access protected resource
- Expect redirect
- Rest login
- Access same resource in loop during 10 minutes
When both agents are targeted at once (requests randomly go to 80 or 81), there is a significant slowdown (10x slower) compared to targeting single agent or non-protected resource. When this happen, CPU load on windows box goes down to ~10% utilization.
Tested also from two separated clients (2 gatling instances), each targeting single target.
NOTE: Retested also with 2x 64 bit application pool and results is the same.