I was running my python script using the Grinder, a Java load testing framework. I was running it ok for couple months now until yesterday when I noticed this error came up out of nowhere. This error prompted from the shell command below:
Error reported (from shell command):
7/10/03 4:54:41 PM (process QA-dha-0): Error running worker process (Jython error encountered initialising test runner)
7/10/03 4:54:41 PM (process QA-dha-0): There were errors, see error log for details
The Grinder version 3.0-beta8 finished
7/10/03 2:36:34 PM (process QA-dha-0): Unable to report to console (Could not bind to TCP address ':6372'); proceeding regardless. Set grinder.reportToConsole=false to disable this warning.
7/10/03 2:36:34 PM (process QA-dha-0): ERROR ("The script file 'gri..."), see error log for details
I ran the same .py script before and there was no such error. I tried to locate the TCP port '6372' from the script I ran but it wasn't anywhere near. I also tried to run different script that I've sucessfully ran before and the same error occured.
If anyone know about or have experienced this similar problem, I would appreciate if you could share your input on how to resolve this problem to make it work again. It seems like "paralyzed" for the time being, and I can't execute any other .py scripts at all.