(Bloomberg) -- The Obama administration’s health insurancewebsite handled only 1,100 simultaneous users before faltering in a test a day ahead of its opening, according to a contractor’s report.

A Sept. 30 “stress” test on the site, healthcare.gov, found it accommodated 1,100 users “before response time gets too high,” contractors wrote in the “ACA Daily Testing Bulletin,” released yesterday by the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee. The report was produced by Quality Software Services Inc., a UnitedHealth Group Inc. unit hired by the federal government to help build the online marketplace.

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