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    Regarding analysis of results

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    I have performed a load test on a particular web application and I got the analysis graphs for that , my question is i see the time taken for login to home page is appx 25 secs for 10 vusers, I am not monitoring the app server and db server as they are behind a firewall and they are monitired by different tool call Willy. Now how can i find the bottleneck in the login page to let my developers know what the bottleneck is and why that particular page is taking too long? Your thoughts are appreciated.

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    Re: Regarding analysis of results

    The best way would be to instrument the code for the login page and have the result written into a log file.
    Roland Stens

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    Re: Regarding analysis of results

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    Thanks for your reply, but can you elaborate a little about this. I didntget what exactly you are trying to say.
    thanks

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    Re: Regarding analysis of results

    Add code that writes timestamps for each of the activities in your code.

    For instance:

    Store TimeStamp in Var A
    Execute Action A
    Subtract TimeStamp from Var A
    Write result A to log file

    Store TimeStamp in Var B
    Execute Action B
    Subtract TimeStamp from Var B
    Write result B to log file

    Etc.

    You will end up with a log file showing which activities were slowest. Now you can zoom in on those.

    To do this, you should get the cooperation of a developer.

    I hope this clarifies it.
    Roland Stens

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    Re: Regarding analysis of results

    You can also use the "Web Page Breakdown" graphs to identify which URLs within the transaction is causing the problem. This will give you more ammunition for the identification of the bottleneck.
    Matthew Adcock
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    Re: Regarding analysis of results

    Thanks for your replies..More answers are appreciated from loadrunner gurus.
    thanks

 

 

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