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minimize MIPS on the controller

How can one minimize MIPS (million instructions per second) from the controller while running a LR test?
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Is this anything like the 'yips' I often get on the 11th green?
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Good one.. it is not a phenomenon state like in golf that creates a problem of sudden tremors, jerking or freezing while putting because of a physical and or psychological conditions.

Though MIPS (million instructions per second) can obtain symptom-like tremors, jerking or freezing to an application and its environment if a LoadRunner test is executed caused from the system weakness.

Thus the need to monitor it.
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Since LR uses API calls to drive the application directly, the MIPS are simply a function of the complexity of target application; there is no additional overhead imposed by the virtue of the calls originating from the Controller.

It is also important to not colocate the Controller and the Load Generator, and definitely to not have either on the application hosts.
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I was able to get it to work. Thanks
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