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normal 1:45 minutes idle time for "light" workload

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10 Oct 2012 09:15 #531 by bluperry
bluperry created the topic: 1:45 minutes idle time for "light" workload
Dear LOGINVSI team,

One strange description on the introduction for "light" workload
(link: www.loginvsi.com/documentation/v3/performing-tests/workloads )
"Idle time total is about 1:45 minutes"? (1 hours & 45 minutes??)
Or 1 minute 45 seconds is right?

Because total workload run is only 12~13 minutes for 1 loop.

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11 Oct 2012 04:32 #535 by d.geerlings
d.geerlings replied the topic: Re: 1:45 minutes idle time for "light" workload
It's approximately 1 minute and 45 seconds of idle time.

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