Automatch Load Generators Properties Dialog Box

This dialog box enables you to define properties for an automatch load generator. Properties include a location, and other host attributes. At runtime, a specific load generator in the host pool of the project matching these properties is assigned to the Vuser group.

To access

  1. On the My Performance Center navigation bar, select Test Management > Test Plan.
  2. Select a performance test in the test plan tree and click Edit Test.
  3. In the Performance Test Designer window, click Groups & Workload.

  4. On the Groups pane tool bar, click Configure Automatch Load Generators Properties.

Relevant tasks

User interface elements are described below:

UI Elements

Description


Enables you to add additional automatch load generators for the test.

Available: When the Assign Manually load generator distribution method is selected.


Enables you to configure terminal services sessions on the selected load generator. For details, see Configuring Terminal Sessions.

Available: When the Assign Manually load generator distribution method is selected.

Load Generators pane

Lists the available automatch load generators.

Location

Select a load generator location for the selected load generators.

Host Attributes

Select attributes for the selected load generators.

Tip: The list of attributes can be customized. For details, see Load Generator Distribution Overview.

Example:  

You want a Vuser group to use a load generator that is located in London and has medium strength and memory. Under Location, select London, and in the Host Attributes list, select Host memory: Medium and Host strength: Medium. At runtime, the system tries to assign a specific load generator with these properties to the Vuser group.

Virtual Location

Select a load generator virtual location for the selected load generators.

Available: When working with HPE Network Virtualization and using the Assign All to Each Group load generator distribution method.

For more details on working with HPE Network Virtualization, see How to Integrate Network Virtualization into a Performance Test.