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Gail
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Gail asked on 09 Dec 2013, 09:18 PM
I'm able to determine page load times in my performance test but is there a way to see specific page load times in a load test.  I need that information per page while simulating 100 concurrent users.

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answered on 10 Dec 2013, 07:24 PM
Hi Gail,

In short, no there isn't a way to see "page load times" in a load test.

The long answer is that a load test has no concept of a "page". What it does have is a long list of HTTP requests that it needs to send to your web server as quickly as possible, with the number of virtual users that you specify doing the same thing at the same time. The goal is to stress test your web server and see if it can keep up with the traffic per your needs.

Unfortunately there is no "marker" in this list of HTTP request that can be used to delineate one page from another. We do the best we can with the source information we have in order to show you things like average response times, number of HTTP error codes/second and so forth.

While I wasn't able to answer "here's how you do it", I hope this information helps you use our Load Test feature smarter.

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Cody
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