[Portfolio] Michigan Load Testing Summary Report

Beth Kirschner bkirschn at umich.edu
Mon Jul 26 11:46:03 PDT 2010

Hi Sean,

    We discussed this on today's calls, but here are some answers to  
your specific questions. Comments below.

- Beth

On Jul 23, 2010, at 8:02 PM, Sean Keesler wrote:

> Beth,
> Thanks for sharing!
> What were the tasks that the test scenario ran through?
We had seven concurrent scripts which roughly did the following with  
the Matrix and Portfolio tools:
- Filling out forms in a Matrix as a learner, this creates a web site.
- Filling out a Reflection and submitting a cell
- Complete Reflection
- Filling out Feedback forms, general and item-specific
- Filling out an Evaluation and moving the cell to Complete
- Adding, including, and editing pages in a New portfolio
- Adding pages in an Existing portfolio
- Adding pages in an Existing portfolio
- Viewing a portfolio

> Did it render 350 portfolio presentations at the same time?
No (see above)

> Did it try to simulate the building of the "pick list" screen by a
> number of simultaneous users?
Yes (see above)

> Were different cache.osp.presentation.data properties tried?
We had caching turned off.

> Its hard to understand that report without a wee bit more info...but
> it seems a little disheartening regardless.
Sorry for the high-level nature of this summary, but it was originally  
written for a non-technical audience.

> Sean
> On Fri, Jul 23, 2010 at 3:35 PM, Beth Kirschner <bkirschn at umich.edu>  
> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>>   At this year's conference, some of us mentioned an OSP load test  
>> that
>> Michigan had performed a few months ago, and I wanted to share with  
>> you the
>> summary of the report to help the community understand both OSP's
>> limitations and potential. I've attached the summary report to this  
>> email
>> and have put it on next Monday's t-con agenda to discuss.
>> Thanks,
>> - Beth
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