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max user within the SLA response time

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sorry for the english

Am I able to use silkperformer to get this answer ?

SLA for searching is 5s, how many virtual users will break this SLA ?

Thanks

Candy

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Micro Focus Contributor
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RE: max user within the SLA response time

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Hi Candy

This is possible using percentiles.  

View the k-th percentile of a set of measurements

let me know if this isnt what you are looking for.

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RE: max user within the SLA response time

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Assuming your search has a timer "MySearchTimerName", you can configure that each violation of the SLA generates an error:

MeasureSetBound("MySearchTimerName", MEASURE_TIMER_RESPONSETIME, 1, 5.0, SEVERITY_ERROR);

Then run a slowly increasing workload till first errors occur.

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Micro Focus Contributor
Micro Focus Contributor

RE: max user within the SLA response time

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Hi Candy

This is possible using percentiles.  

View the k-th percentile of a set of measurements

let me know if this isnt what you are looking for.

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Micro Focus Expert

RE: max user within the SLA response time

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Assuming your search has a timer "MySearchTimerName", you can configure that each violation of the SLA generates an error:

MeasureSetBound("MySearchTimerName", MEASURE_TIMER_RESPONSETIME, 1, 5.0, SEVERITY_ERROR);

Then run a slowly increasing workload till first errors occur.

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