Monitor Types - LoadRunner

The online monitors are divided into the following categories:

  • Run-Time Monitors
    Display the number and status of Vusers participating in the scenario, as well as the number and types of errors that the Vusers generate.
  • Transaction Monitors
    Display the transaction rate and response time during scenario execution. For more information, see refer to the chapter “Run-Time and Transaction Monitoring” in the LoadRunner Monitor Reference.
  • Web Resource Monitors
    Provide information about the number of Web connections, throughput volume, HTTP responses, server retries, and pages downloaded to the Web servers during the scenario.
  • System Resource Monitors
    Measure the Windows, UNIX, Tuxedo, SNMP, Antara FlameThrower, and SiteScope resources used during a scenario.
  • Network Delay Monitor
    Displays information about the network delays on your system.
  • Firewall Monitor
    Measures statistics of the firewall servers during the scenario.
  • Web Server Resource Monitors
    Measure statistics of the Apache, Microsoft IIS, iPlanet (SNMP), and iPlanet/Netscape Web servers during the scenario.
  • Web Application Server Resource Monitors
    Measure statistics of the Ariba, ATG Dynamo, BroadVision, ColdFusion, Fujitsu INTERSTAGE, iPlanet (NAS), Microsoft ASP, Oracle9iAS HTTP, SilverStream, WebLogic (SNMP), WebLogic (JMX), and WebSphere application servers during the scenario.
  • Database Server Resource Monitors
    Measure statistics of the SQL server, Oracle, Sybase, and DB2 databases during the scenario.
  • Streaming Media Monitors
    Measure statistics of the Windows Media Server and RealPlayer audio/video servers, as well as the RealPlayer client during the scenario.
  • ERP/CRM Server Resource Monitors
    Measure statistics of the SAP R/3 system, SAP Portal, Siebel Server Manager, Siebel Web Server, and PeopleSoft (Tuxedo) servers during the scenario.
  • Java Performance Monitors
    Measure statistics of Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) objects, and Java-based applications, using J2EE machines.
  • J2EE Transaction Breakdown Monitors
    Provide information to trace, time, and troubleshoot ndividual transactions through J2EE Web, application, and database servers.
  • Application Component Monitors
    Measure statistics of the Microsoft COM+ and Microsoft .NET CLR servers during a scenario run.
  • Application Deployment Solutions Monitor
    Measures statistics of the Citrix MetaFrame XP and 1.8 servers during a scenario run.
  • Middleware Performance Monitors
    Measure statistics of the Tuxedo and IBM WebSphere MQ servers during a scenario run.
  • Infrastructure Resources Monitor
    Measure statistics of the network client data points during a scenario run.

All of the monitors allow you to view a summary of the collected data at the conclusion of the scenario. Using LoadRunner Analysis, you can generate a graph for any of the monitors.

Note: Application component monitors are available only in the LoadRunner Controller. Application traffic and security monitors are available only in the Mercury Tuning Module Console User’s Guide.


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