# of Virtual users in Performance Under Load
I have 3 groups running the same script.
Group 1 runs for 5 minutes and stops.
Group 2 runs for 5 minutes and stops.
Group 3 runs for 5 minutes and stops.
Group 1 = 10 users
Group 2 = 50 users
group 3 = 100 users
Sometimes , when I click "Analyze Results" after the run , I get different # of users
Virtual users under Load:
Virtual Users Performance (seconds)
There were no errors launching users, so I don't know why these "71" and "81" users are listed.
Sometimes it works as expected, I get
10, 50 and 100 users listed.
Re: # of Virtual users in Performance Under Load
It is possible that these 71 and 81 values occured during the ramp up of your 100 users. If I recall correctly, the performance under load number comes from a value of number of users, stabilized to a time interval - I think the default is five seconds. Perhaps, if you alter this interval, requiring stabilization for a longer period, you can remove the interim values. I would refer you to the online documentation for LoadRunner. I would imagine that the method to alter this interval would be documented in relation to the 'Performance under load' graph.
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