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Load Runner - Analysis monitors

Dears ,

i dont really get the difference when to use the Windows resource monitor and when to use the Site scope in monitoring my used application servers ??
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Re: Load Runner - Analysis monitors

Using both you can monitor. But, monitoring through SS is the recommended. We are moving all monitors to SS and there is no enhancements to LR monitors.
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Kavarthapu

LR monitors moving to SS??

IS this message officially announed by LR product team?
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Both LR/PC(Perf Center) and SiteScope (SiS) provide various monitors to measure behavior of application under test (AUT). However, LR/PC native monitors have limited capabilities in comparision with SiS. The forthcoming versions of LR/PC only reinforce the fact that SiS is better suitable to monitor both performance test lab machines and production systems. It simply has better variety of monitoring solutions.

Bottom line - if you have a choice to use SiS, it is recommended to start using it. If not, then LR/PC have enough powerful tools to monitor common environments.

Good luck,

Leo Borisov
Func. Architect
HP Software R&D
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Hi Leo,

Thanks for your valuable inputs!

~Shivaram
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