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How to: Add Custom Counter Sets to a Load Test

When you create a load test with the Load Test Wizard, you add an initial set of counters. These offer you a set of predefined counter sets for your load test. For more information, see How to: Specify Counter Sets.

NoteNote

If your load tests are distributed to a rig, controller and agent counters are automatically collected and mapped to the target computers.

You manage your counters in the Load Test Editor. The counter sets that are already added to the test are visible in the Counter Sets node of the load test. After you create a Load test, you can add new custom counter sets to it.

To add a custom counter set to a Load Test

  1. Open a load test.

  2. Expand the Counter Sets node. All the counter sets that have been added to the load test are visible.

  3. Right-click the Counter Sets node and select Add Custom Counter Set.

    NoteNote

    The counter set is given a default name, such as Custom1. You can change the name by using the Properties window. Press F4 to display the Properties window.

  4. To add counters to your custom counter set, right-click the new counter set and then click Add Counters. For more information about how to add counters, see How to: Add Counters to Counter Sets.

    NoteNote

    It is also possible to add a custom counter set by right-clicking an existing counter set, clicking copy, and then pasting it to the counter sets node. Extra counters that are copied, but not needed, can be deleted. You can change the name of the new counter set by using the Properties window.

See Also

Tasks

How to: Change the Run Settings

Concepts

About Counter Sets

Other Resources

Load Test Counter Sets

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