Test-Run Statistics Charts

The following charts, available in the Statistics tab, display statistics relating to the test-run. For details on how to view test-run statistics, see View Test-Run Statistics. The lists of available charts vary slightly based on whether the test is currently running, or the test has finished running.

Test-run statistics – while a test is running

Note: While a test is running, each chart shows data from the time that the chart was first accessed until the present time – you cannot change the period that is displayed in the charts.

Chart Description
Latency

The emulated one-way latency, averaged over one-second intervals.

The actual network latency is the emulated latency plus any latency that exists in the actual network. (Latency values are in milliseconds.)

Packet Loss percent

The emulated packet-loss percentage, averaged over one-second intervals.

The actual packet-loss percentage for the network is the emulated packet-loss percentage plus any packet-loss percentage that exists in the actual network.

Total Client-in Throughput

The total number of bytes that were received by the client since the beginning of the test-run.

Total Client-out Throughput

The total number of bytes that were sent out by the client since the beginning of the test-run.

Total Server-in Throughput

The total number of bytes that were received by the server since the beginning of the test-run.

Total Server-out Throughput

The total number of bytes that were sent out by the server since the beginning of the test-run.

Client-in Throughput

The number of bits received by the client during each one-second interval.

Client out Throughput

The number of bits sent out by the client during each one-second interval.

Server in Throughput

The number of bits received by the server during each one-second interval.

Server-out Throughput

The number of bits sent out by the server during each one-second interval.

Client-in Bandwidth Utilization

The percentage of the available in-coming bandwidth that was used by the client during each one-second interval.

The available bandwidth is defined in the associated network profile. If the available bandwidth is unlimited, then the chart shows a utilization of 0%.

Client-out Bandwidth Utilization

The percentage of the available out-going bandwidth that was used by the client during each one-second interval.

The available bandwidth is defined in the associated network profile. If the available bandwidth is unlimited, then the chart shows a utilization of 0%.

Server-in Bandwidth Utilization

The percentage of the available in-coming bandwidth that was used by the server during each one-second interval.

The available bandwidth is defined in the associated network profile. If the available bandwidth is unlimited, then the chart shows a utilization of 0%.

Server-out Bandwidth Utilization

The percentage of the available out-going bandwidth that was used by the server during each one-second interval.

The available bandwidth is defined in the associated network profile. If the available bandwidth is unlimited, then the chart shows a utilization of 0%.

Packet loss count

The number of packets that were lost during a specific second – due to network impairments imposed by NV Test Manager.

The actual number of packets lost is the emulated packet loss plus any packet losses that occurred in the actual network.

Total number of Packet loss

The total number of packets that were lost during the entire test-run – due to network impairments imposed by NV Test Manager.

The actual number of packets lost across the network is the emulated packet loss plus any packet losses that occurred in the actual network.

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Test-run statistics – after a test has run

Note: You can set the duration and time period that are shown in the charts. For details, see View Test-Run Statistics.

Chart Description
Average Latency

The emulated one-way latency, averaged over a period.

The actual network latency is the emulated latency plus any latency that exists in the actual network. (Latency values are in milliseconds.)

Average Packet Loss percent

The emulated packet-loss percentage, averaged over a period.

The actual packet-loss percentage for the network is the emulated packet-loss percentage plus any packet-loss percentage that exists in the actual network.

Average Client-in Throughput

The number of bits received [per second] by the client, averaged over a period.

Average Client-out Throughput

The number of bits sent out [per second] by the client, averaged over a period.

Average Server-in Throughput

The number of bits received [per second] by the server, averaged over a period.

Average Server-out Throughput

The number of bits sent out [per second] by the server, averaged over a period.

Average Client-in Bandwidth Utilization

The percentage of the available in-coming bandwidth that was used by the client, averaged over a period.

The available bandwidth is defined in the associated network profile. If the available bandwidth is unlimited, then the chart shows a utilization of 0%.

Average Client-out Bandwidth Utilization

The percentage of the available out-going bandwidth that was used by the client, averaged over a period.

The available bandwidth is defined in the associated network profile. If the available bandwidth is unlimited, then the chart shows a utilization of 0%.

Average Server-in Bandwidth Utilization

The percentage of the available in-coming bandwidth that was used by the server, averaged over a period.

The available bandwidth is defined in the associated network profile. If the available bandwidth is unlimited, then the chart shows a utilization of 0%.

Average Server-out Bandwidth Utilization

The percentage of the available out-going bandwidth that was used by the server, averaged over a period.

The available bandwidth is defined in the associated network profile. If the available bandwidth is unlimited, then the chart shows a utilization of 0%.

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