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    Execution of scripts by 1 VUser only

    I have a script that is included in the workload and 10 users associated with it. What type of workload or what can I do so that the script is run by only 1 VUser at a time?


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    Re: Execution of scripts by 1 VUser only

    You need to select the "Queued" workload model.
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    Re: Execution of scripts by 1 VUser only

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    Re: Execution of scripts by 1 VUser only

    I selected "Queued" workload model and still the script is being executed by multiple users at the same time. Is there a mechanism like a lock or exclusive execution rights for 1 user at a time and wait until he finishes the script completely?

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    Re: Execution of scripts by 1 VUser only

    Just change your thinking a little. Although it would be do-able I'm sure, I'm also sure it's pretty complex to do so.

    I can't see any reason to want to run a user this way that can't be accomplished by running a single VUser through the script 10 times. Depending on what your objective is, you could work with the transactions even, and set a transaction up to run 10 times. Then, stop after that. It's been a while since I've dialed to that level, so I can't offer any more than saying that there have to be easier ways to do what you're trying!

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    Re: Execution of scripts by 1 VUser only

    Thanks Mark. I have tried with the transaction # before asking the group, the only problem was the time duration of the execution which can't be calculated exactly.

    But, I think I will work with transaction #s only which seems easy. Thanks again.

 

 

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