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Hi,

how are you?

where can i find the merc_webtrace process for unix?

thanks
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Hi Juan-ge,

please give little more information...

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Hi Juan-ge,

please give little more information...

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Hi,

thanks for your replay.

I will explain you about my issue.
I want to monitor the delay of the network using the network delay monitoring from one linux machine to one unix machine.

I read the documentation, and for what i understood i need to configurate the merc_webtrace process in the source machine. so i need to configurate this process in my linux machine.

My problem is where do i obtain that process? my linux machine do not have it and i look for it in my load runner cd, but it does not exits. or are there a load runner cd for unix with some programs to unix ... i do not know.

if you need some more information please let me know

thanks a lot for your help

have a good day

greetings
Pablo
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i assume you are using the load runner tool for this task. in this case, you can check that in that particular forum.

or, are you using using any other tool for this?
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so i am in the wrong forum, i will go to load runner forum

thanks for telling me
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ya, this is the link for your reference:
http://forums11.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/categoryhome.do?categoryId=915

any points welcome!!!
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yes, i have already put you some points, i did not know, but know i know i have to put points,

thanks
have a good day
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hey juan-ge..

hope u r using loadrunner..
1. enable network logs on ur linx and unix machines
2. Use time gap between each vuser login(e.g. rampup : each user 60 sec)
3. After simulating the load test, collect logs on both the servers
4. plot a graph for vusers, IO on Linux, IO on unix Vs elapsed time
5. If network utilization increases with increase in load then ur setup is fine(no worries), if network utilization saturates before vusers load saturates then u can say there is a network bottleneck.

Alternative: do IO tests and FTP tests between both the servers

Regards,
smc
http://loadrunner95.blogspot.com/
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OK, i find your answer pretty useful, i will do it.

thanks a lot

i will let you know what will happen
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