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Simulating 1000 users in a range of 5 minutes

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Guest Chris

Good morning.

 

I downloaded and tried WAPT and I'm impressed. The scenario I tried was of course 20 users as I'm still on trial for one minute, on the front page of my website.

 

My question is: How can I determine the number of users which accessed my website during the test from the report which was opened in the browser? Is PAGES PERFORMED the value I need to look at?

 

Thank you.

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Guest Chris

Hi. I purchased WAPT but I'm not sure I'm doing things right. With Pages Performed showing 250, my server is almost crashing and site goes very slow and I'm all testing is a page retrieving 700 records from a database.

 

Can someone help me in creating the right scenario. Again, what I need is to simulate 1,000 accessing this page which is getting 700 records from a MSSQL database in 10 minutes.

 

Thank you.

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Hi. I purchased WAPT but I'm not sure I'm doing things right. With Pages Performed showing 250, my server is almost crashing and site goes very slow and I'm all testing is a page retrieving 700 records from a database.

 

Can someone help me in creating the right scenario. Again, what I need is to simulate 1,000 accessing this page which is getting 700 records from a MSSQL database in 10 minutes.

 

Thank you.

 

Hello,

 

Please contact us at support@loadtestingtool.com

 

 

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Hi. I purchased WAPT but I'm not sure I'm doing things right. With Pages Performed showing 250, my server is almost crashing and site goes very slow and I'm all testing is a page retrieving 700 records from a database.

 

Can someone help me in creating the right scenario. Again, what I need is to simulate 1,000 accessing this page which is getting 700 records from a MSSQL database in 10 minutes.

 

Thank you.

 

Hello,

 

You need to check how many pofiles are executed (one profile = one user session).

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