Load Tester (RLT)
The RadBlue Load Tester (RLT) is a high-performance G2S load testing application, scalable up to 200 EGM instances, each with its own custom configuration and running its own Tiger script. To test a larger number of EGMs against your host(s), you can use multiple copies of RLT.
The Load Tester provides peace-of-mind to both system developers and casino operators by allowing you to evaluate the performance of G2S software, or the impact of a new feature or version on the performance of a G2S system. The Load Tester lets you exercise your G2S host by emulating multiple EGMs, all sending messages to the host at once.
Since the memory footprint of each EGM depends on the size of its data model, the number of EGMs that run in this configuration will vary.
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|Load Tester (RLT) Downloads:
Version 58 | G2S 1.1 to 3.0 | 64-bit Windows
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To use the Load Tester, start with our G2S SmartEGM engine in the RadBlue System Tester (RST), which fully emulates a G2S EGM with a complete G2S data model (loaded from an editable configuration file at start-up). Initially, you can use our powerful and easy-to-use Graphical User Interface to perform human actions at an EGM. When your system gets a bit more robust (and you get tired of pressing buttons), you can move up to the Tiger Scripting engine, which allows you to construct extended sequences of actions (scripts), to more extensively test an application, using a single EGM emulator.
Once you have your G2S host working – and you’ve used our Tiger scripting engine to build up a dozen or more really cool scripts – you will want to really exercise your host by having a dozen (or 200) EGMs sending messages to it at once. Our Load Tester is designed to do just that. Every EGM contains a complete implementation of the SmartEGM engine, so it has its own data model and can run its own Tiger scripts – exactly the same scripts that are used in the System Tester. Since the Load Tester shares the SmartEGM core with the System Tester, any changes made in our core G2S implementation are inherited by the Load Tester.