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dazzlexyz
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Running Simple Transaction for whole day
      #656963 - 01/20/11 04:10 AM

Hi I have a requirement where I have to do (eg.po.bdf) 150 transactions only for the whole day. one transaction will take approx 1min.

So it will take total 150 mins only.But I have define warmup time of workload model in such a way that it should run 150transactions for the whole day.

And it should be in increasing workload model

How to define warmup time and measurement time in order to run it for the whole day ???


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Zenpadre
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Re: Running Simple Transaction for whole day [Re: dazzlexyz]
      #657391 - 01/23/11 07:05 AM

Personally this sounds to me like a silly requirement for performance testing. Do you have an automated functional group/tool in your organization? Sounds more like something up their alley. If it were me, I would seriously push back on this and ask WHY we need to do this.

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Talwinder
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Re: Running Simple Transaction for whole day [Re: Zenpadre]
      #714832 - 08/19/12 11:06 PM


Probably this will give you a fair idea:

x*T = Y

Where
x= Time take to run 1 script (Which is 1 min in your case)
T = no of transaction (which is 150 in your case)
Y = Total time take to complete T transactions


So if you want 150 Transactions to run for 24 hours or 24*60 mins then you may substitute Y = 24*60 and T= 150 and calculate x.

You can control the time of you execution of each script x by adding think time in the end of the script.such that once script completes it wait for (x - (Thinktime in script)) time before starting again.

Note: above calculations are assuming that you have only 1 Virtual Users running.

Regards,
Talwinder Singh


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