What is it that you are looking to check here? What is the architecture of your system? How many web servers do you have behind the load balancer? Do you have separate SQL servers and web servers or does SQL reside on the same server as your web site? How are you connecting these web servers for data sync? Is it a fiber optic channel?
Also, if you have any information on your expected performance that would be useful. This may have a lot of factors, but if you only want to track the transaction time behind the load balancer then you would probably be looking at tracking transaction time on the query and then time to update across the farm.
As for automating this, ick, someone else might have more experience with it, but what environment are you working in?
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SQL query will generate while running the java property file. Query contains any type of formula with n number of variables with n number of data.
In real time million of people data will retrieve and do the formula based on the query generated.
For this scenario i need to see the performance of the generated query in the any load balance tool and pass the n number of user data.