Tag: Performance Test Result Analysis

LoadRunner - Error Graph

LoadRunner – Error Graph

Purpose:  In LoadRunner, the error graph helps a performance tester to understand what are the error came during the performance test. Error graph gives a detailed picture of what and when errors come. This graph is very much useful when you merge with other graphs like average response time, throughput, latency or even with the running vusers graph.…
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LoadRunner - Transaction per second Graph

LoadRunner – Transactions per second (TPS) Graph

What is ‘Transactions per second’? There is a major difference in Transactions per second and Hits per second. A single transaction can create multiple hits on the server. A transaction is nothing but a group of requests in web test terminology. A transaction can have multiple requests and encapsulates requests into a group e.g. a…
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LoadRunner - Hits per second

LoadRunner – Hits per second Graph

What is ‘Hits per second’ graph in LoadRunner? ‘Hits per second’ refers to the number of HTTP requests sent by the user(s) to the Web server in a second. In terms of performance testing, there is a major difference in Transactions per second and Hits per second. A single transaction can create multiple hits on…
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LoadRunner - Other Transaction Response Time Graph

LoadRunner – Other Response Time Graphs

In the last article i.e. LoadRunner – Average Transaction Response Time, you got detailed information about transaction response time graph and how to merge it with other important graphs. Apart from the average transaction response time graph, there are some more graphs which are related to response time and shows the result in a different…
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LoadRunner - Average Transaction Response Time Graph

LoadRunner – Average Transaction Response Time Graph

LoadRunner – Average Transaction Response Time Graph

LoadRunner - Running Vuser Graph

LoadRunner – Running Vusers Graph

Purpose:¬† LoadRunner Running Vusers graph provides the complete information of how many users are active or running at any particular time of the test. It means this graph provides information about¬†the number of users currently accessing the application. This is a simple but very important graph. I am saying it ‘simple’ because you can easily…
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