3 Replies Latest reply: May 31, 2017 5:56 AM by Sebastian Fredenberg RSS

    Scalablity tool_TPH calculation

    Ayesha Firdose

      Hi, I want to achieve the below TPH in 10 mins.

       

      TPH: 18

      User: 3

      Duration: 10 mins

      No of transactions: 3

      Timer delay:2

       

      Kindly let me know the Test settings and how to achieve the TPH.

      Thee timer delay is in secs?

       

      Note : when I try to run for 1 users the request are achieved are 45.

        • Re: Scalablity tool_TPH calculation
          Sebastian Fredenberg

          Hi,

           

          Could you give more context to your questions?

          We need to know what product (and thus scalability tool type) you are using, what you mean by TPH, what you mean by transactions (requests or full actions).

           

          We need to know at least that before we can answer what you mean by test settings and achieving TPH.

          The timer delay is in seconds (it is in the documentation)


          regards

          /sebastian

            • Re: Scalablity tool_TPH calculation
              Ayesha Firdose

              Qlik Sense scalability tool version 3.2.5.

               

              TPH -->Total request which needs to be achieved in the time frame of 10 mins

               

              To achieve the Total request in the scalability tool , can you please let me know the calculation values which need be entered in the Test Settings and Work settings in the tool.

                • Re: Scalablity tool_TPH calculation
                  Sebastian Fredenberg

                  Hi again,

                   

                  Ok, I think you need to specify further what you mean by requests. Do you mean actions (like selecting in a chart, changing a sheet etc) or do you indeed mean http or websocket requests?

                  A single action (selecting in a chart) will trigger many websocket requests - depending on type of action and what objects you have in your app.

                   

                  If you refer to requests as http/ws calls then the total amount of requests depends on the scenario you are simulating, both the amount of actions in your scenario and what type of action. It is not possible to make a generic calculation of that without knowing what your actions and app is.

                   

                  If you mean that a request is a single user action - then you can control that with how many actions you have in your scenario.

                   

                   

                  regards

                  /sebastian