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Please explain about Performance Under Load Interval in LoadRunner 6.5 (Analysis)
Hi to all,
What time the performance Under Load interval is useful,it is the options menu in the analyis of LoadRunner 6.5?
if i am not getting the results correctly in the performance under load graph, then i will increase the interval, it is giving correct results. is it for that only.
ie if the results is not getting, we will increase the interval to getting the correct results.
What does it means? i want a detailed answer.
if the performance under load interval is 5 sec, then the performance under load graph is showing non-linear. but if i increase to 25 sec, it is showing linear.
Thanx in advance.
Re: Please explain about Performance Under Load Interval in LoadRunner 6.5 (Analysis)
While you are at the "Performance under load interval" window - click on the Help button.
Performance under load shows your transaction performance relative to the number of actively executing users. It is up to you to configure your scenario such that enough transactions execute at each plateau of concurrent users - if you are gradually increasing the load during your test. In other words - the time required to execute an action section, should generally be less than the delta between user batch ramping settings in the scheduler. This assures you some timings at each load level.
[This message has been edited by jpensyl (edited 07-31-2001).]