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    test duration vs session time

    i executed as test for 1 hr with 20 users..

    in the baselining report, i see the test duration as 1 hr but session time/session busy time as 8.837 (s)

    what is the difference?

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    Re: test duration vs session time

    Your baseline report is what is produced when you try out your script it will not give you stats for 20 VUsers(you could perhaps work out an estimate from it).

    Also, what params are you actually looking at when you set up the performance explorer to generate the overview report?
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    Re: test duration vs session time

    I dint get your question...perhaps im new to the these terms..Can you please tell me how can I do this..?

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    Re: test duration vs session time

    You session time is the total amount of time where the user is connected to a service/server throughout your test. The duration time is the length of the test run. So if you are doing a simple login/logout excercise, then you would have for instance:-

    Vuser 1 - session busy time as 8.837 (s)
    Vuser 2 - session busy time as 6.032 (s) ... etc

    Duration 1 hr.

    So in essence you can have multiple sessions within your 1 hour test.

    What you need to do is run your script as a test (not 'Try Script') and then you will get the 20 VUser data from the overview report.

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    Re: test duration vs session time

    this is helpful..thanks Maxj...

 

 

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