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Toolbar

ButtonAction
StopClick Stop to Abort the Test Run
Click Pause to suspend the Test
Click Resume to resume the Test
Click to add VUs to the Test
Skip pending requests (trigger a timeout) and continue the test
Retrieve sessions from the Test Log (delayed)
Health Monitor - Normal
Health Monitor - High Load. CPU utilization approaching exceeds the acceptable range

Health Monitor - Overloaded. Stop unessential processes or reduce the number of VUs

Select Graph Layout

 

Graph Layouts

OptionDescription
One Graph

Two Horizontal Panels

Two Vertical Panels

Three Horizontal Panels

Three Vertical Panels

Three Panels Oriented Left

Three Panels Oriented Right

Three Panels Oriented Top

Three Panels Oriented Bottom

Four Horizontal Panels

Four Vertical Panels

Four Panels

 

Help Boxes

 Graphs

The Graphs display instant performance characteristics

and performance counter's data plotted with the

frequency defined by the Sample Rate period.

 

- To select the graph panel layout, click "Select Graph Layout"

- To select which graph to display in a graph panel, click

the drop-down above it.

 

For more graph commands, right-click a graph.


 See Also:
 Runtime Dashboard
 Agents and Test Cases Progress Grid

Test Run Commands

- To stop the test, click "Stop".

- To Pause/Resume test run, click "Pause/Resume".

- To increase VU count on demand, set the
VU adjustment value and click "+".

- To abandon pending requests, click "Skip".

Note:
- VU Adjustment works with a "Steady Load" pattern only.

See Also:

Runtime Dashboard

Controlling the Test

Test Engine Health Status

Help Box – Test Engine Health Status@@
For accurate load testing, CPU utilization should not
exceed 85%.

- Green: Normal. CPU Utilization is under 85%.

- Yellow: High Load. The CPU utilization is 85-95%
and is approaching the acceptable limit.

- Red: Overloaded. CPU utilization exceeds 95%.
Metrics accuracy can be impaired. Stop unessential
processes or reduce the number of VUs.


See Also:
Monitoring Test Progress and Health
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