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Testing with Minimum 1,000 Concurrent Users

Hi Parker,

Could you please help me on the below.
1. How do I create or do Testing with Minimum 1,000 Users?

I mean do I need to install LR on different computers, because at a time if I run 1000 Concurrent Users on single machines, defiantly it will hang.

2. What type of data and how many machines I need to in order to run 1,000 Concurrent Users.

3. If I need to use different computer, the how can I upload my script from one LR computer to another computer on which LR installed.

4. Tesing for User Response time Not to Exceed 2 Seconds.


Thanks in an advance.
Reply me ASP.

-Rajani
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Re: Testing with Minimum 1,000 Concurrent Users

Hi Rajani,

First try to understand the components of LR and their use.



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Re: Testing with Minimum 1,000 Concurrent Users

Hi Christo123 ,

Today I Installed LR 11.0 and I played around it.

Now I have clear picture about LR .

Thanks,
Rajani
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Re: Testing with Minimum 1,000 Concurrent Users

HI Rajni,

Follow the below process

Step 1: Planning the test. Here, we develop a clearly
defined test plan to ensure the test scenarios we develop
will accomplish load-testing objectives.

Step 2: Creating Vusers. Here, we create Vuser scripts that
contain tasks performed by each Vuser, tasks performed by
Vusers as a whole, and tasks measured as transactions.

Step 3: Creating the scenario. A scenario describes the
events that occur during a testing session. It includes a
list of machines, scripts, and Vusers that run during the
scenario. We create scenarios using LoadRunner Controller.
We can create manual scenarios as well as goal-oriented
scenarios. In manual scenarios, we define the number of
Vusers, the load generator machines, and percentage of
Vusers to be assigned to each script. For web tests, we may
create a goal-oriented scenario where we define the goal
that our test has to achieve. LoadRunner automatically
builds a scenario for us.

Step 4: Running the scenario.We emulate load on the server
by instructing multiple Vusers to perform tasks
simultaneously. Before the testing, we set the scenario
configuration and scheduling. We can run the entire
scenario, Vuser groups, or individual Vusers.

Step 5: Monitoring the scenario.We monitor scenario
execution using the LoadRunner online runtime, transaction,
system resource, Web resource, Web server resource, Web
application server resource, database server resource,
network delay, streaming media resource, firewall server
resource, ERP server resource, and Java performance monitors.

Step 6: Analyzing test results. During scenario execution,
LoadRunner records the performance of the application under
different loads. We use LoadRunner?s graphs and reports to
analyze the application?s performance.


The license gives you maximum count of virtual users that can be launched by the Controller. Vugen itself can only run one virtual user.

Running a Vugen script with the Controller at maximum speed (from runtime settings, ignore think times), you can simulate the activity of a much larger number of users.
Cheers!

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Re: Testing with Minimum 1,000 Concurrent Users

Hi Parker,

Could you please advise me.

Here is the Scenario : For 1000 users, Response time should not exceed 2 seconds of each component of website.

Please see the attached screen short of Goal Oriented Scenario and please check the marked boxs with red color rectangle box.

Am I doing right, please check correct me If I am wrong.

1.My question is,a) How much Run Time should I give. b) I will give 1000 users under Maximum Users, where as under Minimum users what number should I give?


2.I will ran the scripts, by uploading and connecting to the 3rd party cotroller remotely.
I think it's 3rd party wish,to decide to distribute the load for no of vusers on no of machines.
Am I right?

3.While connecting to the Load Generators under the name , I should give their host name right?

Don't think badly about me, This is the first time running the scripts by connecting to the 3rd party controller.
This is the first time using Goal Oriented Scenario.


Thanks,
Rajani
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Re: Testing with Minimum 1,000 Concurrent Users

Hi Parker,

Sorry! I am keep bugging you.

I faced below issues when I am tried to Run the Goal Oriented Scenario (LR 11.0)

I did the below steps
1.Entered the Min Users =2
2.Max Users=10
3.Response Time =2
4.Connected the Load Generator as localhost

When I select the start the scenarioa) it gave me the error(see the attachemnt)and b)its weried,because I couldnot see the script name and path in the Run cortoller window Please advise me.

Thanks,
Rajani
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Re: Testing with Minimum 1,000 Concurrent Users

Understood well of lR components
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