Select Virtual User Options from the tree-view.
This displays the Virtual User Options dialog. For Analytic workloads it is recommended that only one Virtual User is selected for initial testing. If you wish to see the times for individual queries rather than just the query set you will also need to write to the log.
The values have the following meaning.
Table 12.7. Virtual User Options
|Virtual Users||The number of Virtual Users to create. Note that when running a Timed Workload HammerDB will automatically create an additional Virtual User to monitor the workload.|
|User Delay(ms)||User Delay(ms) defines the time to wait a Virtual User will wait behind the previous Virtual User before starting its test, this is to prevent a login storm with all Virtual Users attempting to login at the same time.|
|Repeat Delay(ms)||Repeat Delay(ms) is the time that each Virtual User will wait before running its next Iteration of the Driver Script. For TPROC-H this is an external loop before running another query set, however should not be more than 1 when the refresh function is enabled.|
|Iterations||Iterations is the number of times that the Driver Script is run in its entirety.|
|Show Output||Show Output will report Virtual User Output to the Virtual User Output Window, For TPROC-H tests this should be enabled.|
|Log Output to Temp||When enabled this appends all Virtual User Output to a text file in an available temp directory named hammerdb.log|
|Use Unique Log Name||Use a unique identifier for the Log Name.|
|No Log Buffer||By default text log output is buffered in memory before being written, this option writes the log output immediately.|
|Log Timestamps||Add an additional line of output with a timestamp every time that the log is written to.|
Select the Virtual User options, Press OK.