Loadrunner Network Delay Monitor
User dio_dude (email@example.com) posted:
Thanks for all your help. I owe u one.
Sorry for writing to u directly instead of posting my query on yahoo
i've a problem and it's regarding Loadrunner Network Delay Monitor, I
read in the Loadrunner Document that i have to install an agent on
the source machine from where i want to measure the network delay,
but i don't know where to put the agent.
I have MY machine
A Web Server, and
An application Server
My machine accesses the webserver and the web server in turn accesses
the Application server, Now my questions are,
1. Where do i put the loadrunner agent?
2. Do i have to put 2 agents on the 2 servers, or can i just put one
agent on one of the servers and monitor the network delay?
3. Another thing, i'm having a tough time understanding the graphs,
Shall wait for ur reply,
Re: Loadrunner Network Delay Monitor
User Punekar (firstname.lastname@example.org) posted:
Understand that LR is a distributed application and
that all LR software is required to be installed on a
seperate set of machines. You do not install anything
on your servers.
The LR agent is what runs Vusers on a "injector"
machine. To make a machine into an "injector" you need
to select "Load Generator" from the LR Installation.
--- dio_dude <email@example.com> wrote: