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How many Virtual Users does Benchmark Factory allow?
In case of request for firewall ports to be opened, what ports does Benchmark Factory use to talk from the application to the remote agent?<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><o:p></o:p>
When setting up load scenario "Import from Oracle Dynamic Performance View," the Net Service Name in the connection window does not display any of the entries in the TNSNAMES.ora file.<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><o:p></o:p> <o:p></o:p>
User is running TPC-C benchmark on Oracle. The new version of BMF, version 6.9, appears to refresh objects every time a test is modified and re-executed. How to change settings of a job and run it without to refresh tables?
Where are the OS statistics for a benchmark test? For example on a TPC-C test, where are the info on CPU, memory, I/O through put?
When scheduling more than one TPC job on the same day and the same time, the jobs does not run at the same time. Can TCP jobs be ran in parallel?
Can Benchmark Factory for Databases be installed on a VM?
When a new TPC job is created against an Oracle RAC, the job is executed and doesn't write into the ASM disk groups the RAC instance is configured for. Rather it writes it to DB files located at /u01/app/11.2.0/grid/crf/db/<server_name>, causing the entire logical volume to be consumed.
When setting up Benchmark Factory for TPC tests, does a TPC database have to be created on the Oracle end in order for Benchmark to create the objects it needs?
When running a Capture and Replay test, Benchmark Factory shows the following error in the Summary tab: "An invalid number of virtual users have been specified."
|Benchmark Factory for Databases 6.9.3 Installer (32-Bit)||12/13/2013|
|Benchmark Factory for Databases 6.9.3 Installer (64-Bit)||12/13/2013|
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