Upon setting up a load test, you can select the time you’d like to start the test. The start time can be chosen within a 24-hour window.

To start the scheduled test on time, LoadView initiates the provisioning of Load Injector Servers about 15 minutes before the scheduled start time. However, since the time to provision Load Injector Servers varies based on region and cloud provider, the test may start later than the scheduled time. Generally, a scheduled test starts on time but if you plan to run a large test or you need to coordinate between many involved parties we recommend adding some buffer time of 40-60 minutes to the test duration.

To run a load test at a specific time:

  1. Configure the test scenario.
  2. Continue with the legal agreement.
  3. Select to start the test with the Start Test Later option.
  4. Specify the start time of the test in the Start Date and Time field.
  5. Click Start Test Later.

Note that you can cancel a scheduled test at any time before the execution begins. To do this follow the recommendations given in How to Cancel Scheduled Test Execution.

If you have one test scheduled to start at a specific time, you can set up other load tests to be started in a sequence one after another (consider the test durations upon scheduling the tests) or at the same time. See how to run load tests concurrently in Concurrent Load Test Execution.