Common questions when getting a loadtest to run properly

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Common questions when getting a loadtest to run properly

Postby TeddyC » Thu Nov 19, 2020 6:27 am

Hello.

Basic question:

What are some common questions asked in getting a loadtest to run?

Thanks
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Re: Common questions when getting a loadtest to run properly

Postby eValid » Fri Nov 20, 2020 8:21 am

TeddyC wrote:Hello.

Basic question:

What are some common questions asked in getting a loadtest to run?

Thanks


Thanks for asking TeddyC.

During a loadtest, users often encounter problems getting the loadtest to perform properly.

Often times there are questions being asked on how to run loadtests especially when there are instances that will require the user to make minor modifications in order to permit the loadtest script to run properly.

Here are the most common problems we hear from people who are using eValid to impose server load using the LoadTest feature.

Our answers immediately follows the question.-

(1) Q: Server restricts two simultaneous login's from the same user name / password.

A: You can change the name / value pairs as specified when creating a loadtest.

This allows the user to have multiple instances of eValid running while performing a login using different name / value combinations.

(2) Q: The login works fine the first time but fails the second time

A: Having the cookies left behind from a previous playback can sometimes dramatically increase the chances of the second playback to fail.

There is a special command in eValid to manage the cache effectively to avoid failures during playback.

By selecting the "Never Use Cache" option in the cache manager, eValid automatically removes all the cache including the cookies as soon as playback is started.

(3) Q: On playback, the loadtest is affected by modal dialogs

A: When performing a loadtest, it is essential that the windows are not interrupted or halted in any way.

Having modal dialogs that pop-up during playback can adversely affect the outcome of the loadtest being ran.

By using the -S switch when running the loadtest in batch mode, this ensure that any type of modal dialog that may pop-up during playback is suppressed to ensure the smooth and trouble-free operation of the loadtest.

We hope these answers will help with get past many problems you encounter.


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