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    how to run scripts sequentially (with VU\'s) ?

    below is the scenario

    First i need to run a script with 25 VU's

    after the first script has completed then

    Second script should start with 50 VU's

    after the second script has completed 50 VU's then

    Third script should start with 75 VU's after the third script has completed
    then
    Fourth script should start with 100 VU's

    any ideas ????

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    Re: how to run scripts sequentially (with VU\'s) ?

    umm - why not just execute 4 tests back to back? Launch them manually. Other than not being able to take quite as long of a nap, why wouldn't you want to do that? (not meant to be rude, I just don't understand)

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    Re: how to run scripts sequentially (with VU\'s) ?

    Naveen,

    If you know how long each of the runs take, you can put shedule delays.

    You have to create 4 different task groups - with 25 VUs, 50, 75 and 100 VUs.

    Then, put delays for 50, 75 and 100 VU task groups based on how long it takes for the preceeding task group to finish.

    I hope this helps
    Good Luck

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