Timeslots Module Fields

This section describes the fields in the Timeslots module.

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UI Elements

Description

Additional Requested Vusers

The number of Vusers requested for a Performance Test timeslot in addition to those defined in the linked performance test.

Auto-Extend Indicates whether or not the timeslot will be automatically extended if the timeslot ends before tests are completed.
Autostart Enabled

Y indicates that the linked entity/entites will start running when the timeslot starts. You enable autostart by setting the timeslot to start automatically.

Note: For maintenance timeslots, this field is empty.

Build Verification Suite ID The ID of the build verification suite linked to the timeslot.
Build Verification Suite Name The name of the build verification suite linked to the timeslot.
Consume VUDs

Y indicates that the timeslot will use/used Vusers from the VUDs license.

Created

The date and time the timeslot was reserved.

Created By

The user who reserved the timeslot.

Description

A description of the timeslot.

Duration in Minutes

The duration of the timeslot in minutes.

Note: This field displays the duration in HH:MM format in parentheses.

End Time

The date and time the timeslot is due to end/ended.

Is Active

Y indicates an active operation currently occurring in the scope of the timeslot.

Examples:

  • A performance test is running.

  • A host is rebooting.

Note: You cannot edit an active timeslot.

Modified

The date and time on which the timeslot details were last modified.

Modified By

The user who last modified the timeslot details.

Name

The timeslot's name.

Post Run Action

The action taken after the test completes its run.

Project Name

The name of the project to which the timeslot belongs.

Requested Hosts

The number of hosts requested for the timeslot.

Run ID

The ID of the run created in the context of the timeslot.

Server End Time

The date and time that the timeslot is due to end/ended, in terms of the server's time zone.

Server Start Time

The date and time that the timeslot is due to start/started, in terms of the server's time zone.

Start Time

The date and time that the timeslot is due to start/started.

State

The state of the timeslot.

Testing timeslot states:

  • None. No entity is linked to the timeslot.

  • Not Started. An entity is linked to the timeslot but has not started running.

  • <Run states>. Run and post-run states.

Maintenance and data processing timeslot states:

  • Active. An operation is running during the timeslot.

  • Inactive. No operation is running during the timeslot.

Test ID

The ID of the test linked to the timeslot.

Test Instance ID

The ID of the test instance linked to the timeslot.

Test Name

The name of the test linked to the timeslot.

Note: If a test that is linked to a timeslot is deleted, this affects the timeslot.

Test Set ID The ID of the test set linked to the timeslot.
Test Set Name The name of the test set linked to the timeslot.
Test Validity Indicates whether a linked test set is valid.
Test Validity

The validity of the test linked to the timeslot.

Timeslot ID

The ID of the timeslot.

Timeslot Type

The type of timeslot: performance testing, maintenance, or data processing.

Timeslot Validity

The validity of the timeslot based on allocation of resources.

  • Y. Indicates that the timeslot is valid, and that all resources were allocated as requested.

  • N. Indicates that a valid timeslot became invalid, due to license, resource, or test validation issues. In this state, the timeslot is partially allocated. For details, see Understanding Timeslot Failure.

Total Vusers

The total number of Vusers reserved for the timeslot.

Vusers from Test

The number of Vusers defined in the linked performance test.