434Re: PeopleSoft DBA Forum Stress Test (loadrunner)
- Jan 5, 2004Rich,
Sorry, but I am not the one configuring LoadRunner. I just started
attending the stress test meetings (so it is probably a bit late to
make major changes, though hopefully that isn't necessary). I am just
trying to better understand exactly what the tool does, what data it
collects, what data I must collect independently, and what model(s)
will be used to analyze the data.
I'll let you know how it goes.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Rich Gesler <rgesler@y...> wrote:
> Henry -
> Sorry, I have no answers to your question. However, I
> am on the road right behind you, so I have a question
> of you (if I may, please).
> How difficult is it to set up LoadRunner for
> Financials? We are looking for a stress/regression
> test tool set. We don't have a lot of money left for
> tools and Mercury stuff is, I believe, pricey. So, we
> want to find a tool that won't require hiring an
> additional resource to manage. Any input on this
> would be appreciated.
> One other question for the list: We are doing a new
> install of Financials and SCM here. Today, we just
> received the PeopleSoft software. It's got the BEA
> Weblogic and Tuxedo but, I don't see the MicroFocus
> Cobol cd's. Is this a seperate purchase? I assumed
> that if the particular PeopleSoft module required
> Cobol we would receive the necessary software.
> Rich Gesler
> --- Henry Poras <hporas@c...> wrote:
> > We are planning on running a stress test of our
> > PeopleSoft Financials
> > system with LoadRunner starting next week. I have
> > never gone through
> > this process before, and am looking for suggestions
> > as to the best
> > stuff to monitor. Right now, I am planning to to run
> > statspack, and
> > take vmstat snapshots on the OS (Sun Solaris). Are
> > there any other
> > suggestions? Thanks for the help.
> > Henry
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