Number of Tests Question

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Number of Tests Question

Postby VesperL » Mon Jan 27, 2014 1:18 pm

Hey eValid, I would like some help regarding load testing:

How many tests can you reasonably expect on a partition (one user) on a
Windows machine to handle per hour?

Thanks
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Re: Number of Tests Question

Postby eValid » Tue Jan 28, 2014 4:07 pm

VesperL wrote:Hey eValid, I would like some help regarding load testing:

How many tests can you reasonably expect on a partition (one user) on a
Windows machine to handle per hour?

Thanks


Hello VesperL.

To answer your question:

Normally, for a single user (single machine partition) you can get
50+ browser users (BUs), but performance may be spotty.

After you complete the "machine adjustments", as described here:

http://www.e-Valid.com/Products/Documen ... chine.html

You usually can get 100+.

If you have a very beefy machine -- for example, the Amazon
EC2 cloud's "High-Memory Quadruple Extra Large" machine -- you can
get at least 10 user partitions each with 100 BUs, for a total
of 1,000 BUs.

Our experience is that the CPU and I/O usage in this extreme
case usually is less than 10% of capacity.

--eValid Support
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