vick

run one script on multiple terminals

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Hi I have one autoit script which i want to run on 20 terminal at same time to do some kind of load testing.

PL give me idea how i can achieve it.

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@vick welcome to the forum. Depends on what you're trying to do; you're not exactly providing a lot in the information dept. How about:

  • First and foremost, you say terminal - I am assuming you mean Windows machines?
  • Are you planning to run the script locally on every machine, or run one script from a mast controller to reach them all remotely?
  • What kind of load testing are you doing (CPU, RAM, Network, Application, all of the above)?

The answers to these questions will help us help you ;)

 


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Thanks for quick reply.

yes terminal means window machines

either locally or one master controller

all kind of load testing

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It sounds like your actual script is done, you are just looking to get it to run on a number of machines. As we follow the "teach a man to fish" motto here, my first question is what have you tried on your own? Some suggestions would be using PSExec or the Task Scheduler. If you do a forum search you will find a number of topics on both subjects that may give you some ideas.


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Thanks for quick reply.

let me check those forum first and come back if I have qustion

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If your script will be saving/using common data or resources simultaneously, you might want to look at using something like my File Locking with Cooperative Semaphores UDF, or some other kind of file locking technique.

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looks like i can solve my problem with PSExec.

thanks for everyone's time and effort.

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