# Thread: Calculating THROUGHPUT in rational robot

1. ## Calculating THROUGHPUT in rational robot

can anobody please tell me how to calculate THROUGHPUT from this below rational robot REPORT

Time of Emulation Session: Mon Jun 13 2005 14:31

Command Usage Report

Cumulative Statistics for All Selected Virtual Testers and Scripts

Active Time: 33.0 secs Inactive Time: 6.5 secs

Passed Commands: 115 Average Throughput: 209.19 cmds/min
Failed Commands: 0 Average Throughput: 0.00 cmds/min
Passed Responses: 115 Average Throughput: 209.19 resps/min
Failed Responses: 0 Average Throughput: 0.00 resps/min

Time Spent Waiting: 4.3 seconds =&gt; 13.1%
Time Spent in Input: 0.0 seconds =&gt; 0.0%
Time Spent Thinking: 28.7 seconds =&gt; 86.9%

Passed HTTP Connections: 2 Passed Connections/Min: 3.6
Failed HTTP Connections: 0 Avg Connect Setup Time: 24 ms
HTTP Sent Kbytes: 54 HTTP Sent KBytes/Sec: 1.6
HTTP Received Kbytes: 379 HTTP Recv KBytes/Sec: 11.5
Sent Kbytes/Connection: 27.2 Recv Kbytes/Connection: 189.5

Summary Statistics

Duration of Run: 33.0 seconds (00:00:33.0)

Summary Statistics for Selected Virtual Testers and Scripts:

Passed Commands: 115 Total Throughput: 209.19 cmds/min
Failed Commands: 0 Total Throughput: 0.00 cmds/min
Passed Responses: 115 Total Throughput: 209.19 resps/min
Failed Responses: 0 Total Throughput: 0.00 resps/min

Number of Virtual Testers: 1 Number of stop_time Cmds: 0
Number of Completed Scripts: 1 Number of Uncompleted Scripts: 0

Average Number of Scripts Completed per Virtual Tester: 1.0 scripts
Average Duration for Completed Scripts: 33.0 seconds
Script Throughput for Completed Scripts: 109.1 scripts/hour

2. ## Re: Calculating THROUGHPUT in rational robot

Throughput is amount of information sent over a unit of time. It looks like you have this information there already. HTTP Sent and HTTP Received. If you're just using 1 virtual user, Your performance numbers aren't going to be important. The only way to get any meaningful results will be to purchase more virtual users and compare your results at 1, 5, 10, 25, 50, 100, 200, etc. and see at what point your numbers stop scaling linearly with the number of users and performance drops below acceptable levels.

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