How to adjust the playback time on my LoadTest runs

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How to adjust the playback time on my LoadTest runs

Postby CJaeger » Mon Jul 26, 2021 9:34 am

Greetings.

How do I change the playback rate in my LoadTest experiment?

Also any examples would be helpful in this matter.

Thanks in advance.
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Re: How to adjust the playback time on my LoadTest runs

Postby eValid » Tue Jul 27, 2021 9:43 am

CJaeger wrote:Greetings.

How do I change the playback rate in my LoadTest experiment?

Also any examples would be helpful in this matter.

Thanks in advance.


Thanks for posting your question CJaeger.

To be able to realistically simulate a LoadTest, eValid has incorporated variable timings within the LoadTest Engine for the user to utilize variable delay multipliers to each line in a LoadTest Scenario.

Having this option gives the user the flexibility to significantly alter how fast or how slow a particular eValid session is executed.

e.g.

# Multiple Delay Multipliers Set
_eValid "C:\Project\Group\script1.evs" "CmdID001" "5" "" "-pm 2.0"
_eValid "C:\Project\Group\script1.evs" "CmdID002" "5" "" "-pm 1.5"
_eValid "C:\Project\Group\script1.evs" "CmdID003" "5" "" "-pm .01"

# Group with same Delay Multiplier
_eValid "C:\Project\Group\script1.evs" "CmdID004" "5" "" "-pm 1.0"
_eValid "C:\Project\Group\script1.evs" "CmdID005" "5" "" "-pm 1.0"

In the example given, the first 3 lines of the script were given multiple delay multiplier settings so the loadtest simulates the same script but with different speeds of execution.

Paired along with a group which runs on the "Real Time" delay multiplier would make an excellent LoadTest Scenario.

Note: A LoadTest Scenario may also involve various script files as each line as a completely independent session from each other and therefore adding more realism to the test.


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