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My Performance Center 12 timeslots

How do you set a timeslot so a test runs automatic?

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Re: My Performance Center 12 timeslots


You need to login into your ALM and:

1-      Under Testing, select Timeslots.

2-      In the Timeslots module calendar view, click the New Timeslot button. The Timeslot Reservation dialog box opens.

3-      Define the following information:

  • Name: Enter a name for the timeslot.
  • Start Time: Enter a start time for the timeslot.
  • Test: Navigate to the test set you created above, and link the test instance to the timeslot. The number of Vusers and the hosts (Controller and load generators) defined in the test are displayed under Vusers and Requested Hosts respectively.
  • Vusers: You can reserve more Vusers in addition to those defined for the test.

4-      To set the test to start running at the beginning of the timeslot, select Autostart.

5-      (Optional) Click Add Automatch Host or Add Specific Host to reserve additional load generators for the timeslot. There must be a Controller and at least one load generator requested for the timeslot.

6-      Click Calculate Availability. ALM calculates the availability of the requested resources during the selected timeslot. The result of this calculation is displayed in the Timeslot Status tab, as well as graphically on the time chart. If the timeslot cannot be reserved, reselect your resources taking into account the reasons displayed in the Timeslot Status tab.

7-      If the requested resources are available, click Submit to save the timeslot.


Rodolfo Leitón

HP LR/PC Support

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