When you start load testing a web site (especially if this is the first load test in your life) you may see a lot of errors in the report. Possibly you will even have to stop the test before it completes, because at some point in time it becomes clear that something goes wrong. If the problem is not so obvious, it is still recommended to check the report for the errors related to each virtual user profile (i.e. to each different type of virtual users) before looking at any performance data.
Usually you do not create a high load in the very first test of a web site, so if you see any errors in the report, most probably they appear because of the test design problems. In other words, the emulation of the real user activity is performed incorrectly. Your web application may produce errors and even refuse connections because it receives incorrect data from your load testing tool. Why this may happen?