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Pavel wrote:If I understand you correctly, you're asking if RAT re-creates the same amount of connections during the replay. If so, the answer is yes, with some restrictions.
My question releted Real application testing
Please let me now , the loading of "replaying" server increases in proportion to number of client connections ?
After a captured workload has been preprocessed, it can be replayed on a test system. During the workload replay phase, Oracle Database performs the actions recorded during the workload capture phase on the test system by re-creating all captured external client requests with the same timing, concurrency, and transaction dependencies of the production system.
The following types of client requests are not captured in a workload:
Direct path load of data from external files using utilities such as SQL*Loader
Non-PL/SQL based Advanced Queuing (AQ)
Oracle Call Interface (OCI) based object navigations
Non SQL-based object access
Distributed transactions (any distributed transactions that are captured will be replayed as local transactions)
For what it is used more than one wrc connection ?I don't know what you mean.
Pavel wrote:No, that is not how it works. But, you may need multiple replay clients depending on the volume of workload captured. Please read the documentation Pavel, so that you can understand how replay clients work.
If two clients was started duble volume of workload played ?