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how to make instance of load runner on other computers

I am working on web based application.
I have to run load runner from my machine and I want to run instance of load runner on 3 other machines.
Can anybody tell me how to create instance of the load runner by accessing the other computers by remote accessing.
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do you want to install load generator on another 3 machines ?
Is this what you are asking ?
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I would like to run LR on 3 machines and control it from 1 machine, as a client sercer application.
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If you want to run vusers on those 3 mchines and controll them from your own machine, then in my opinion,
you'll have to install load generators in those machines and then you can give address of those machines in the controller which is installed in your own machine.

This way you can run vusers in different machines by controlling them from your own machine......
please correct me if I am wrong.
thanks
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If you are refering to LG (Load Generator), it's possible to configure multiple machines as LG's.


If you are talking about concurrent runs (Controller), then it's not possible with LR.

You can look at Performance Center.
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1/ Create a scenario which will be having number of scripts

2/ You add the scripts according to the scenario

3/Install load generator on the machines where you want the scripts to be run

4/Now, Assign number of vuser to each of the script for that machine according to the test configuration.

5/From controller , configure the lod generator machine IP and then run the test.
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