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loadrunner set up

Hi,

I am using the trial version of Load runner and learning the tool by executing the scripts created for the mercury web tours site.In this case, the loadgenerator is Localhost, Vugen, controller and analysis(all components) are installed on the same machine.
What is the set up in the real world scenario or in a live project(in practical), how and where the components of Loadrunner are installed.
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Re: loadrunner set up

Hi,

In general

VUGen -> on your local machine
Analysis -> on your local machine
Contrlloer -> On server machine (I mean separate box)
Load generators ->Also on different machine(s) , Load generator can be installed on many machines that depends on number of virual users you are using in the test.


Ravi Allam
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Re: loadrunner set up

If we have to create scripts and execute those scripts through controller then how can w connect to controller as VUgen and controller are on separate machines.
Also how can we do the performance testing of the servers which are place in remote locations.
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Re: loadrunner set up

Hi,

First create scripts with Vugen,
Then move those scripts to Controller machine.
In contrlloer,in scenario, give the locations of those scripts.
Normally Contrller machine and servers are located at same place.

Assign few points if you satisfy.

Ravi Allam.
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