## [LTP] Making LTP run for N sequential runs

 [LTP] Making LTP run for N sequential runs From: Subrata Modak - 2007-10-31 11:08:32 ```Today we have the option to run LTP for the time (secs,mins,hrs,days) we want that to run. Essentially in this we are not able to predict the no. of iterations LTP will make, and, also all the test cases may not run in the last iteration as the time might be up. Also we have the option to run only N test cases simultaneously,but, not the option to iterate only N times. So, we lack in some fixed sequential/repeated LTP runs. Just to exemplify, LTP cannot run for 10 times/loop after which it finally stops. Has anybody worked on something like this or give us more idea to move forward ?? Cheers-- Subrata ```

 [LTP] Making LTP run for N sequential runs From: Subrata Modak - 2007-10-31 11:08:32 ```Today we have the option to run LTP for the time (secs,mins,hrs,days) we want that to run. Essentially in this we are not able to predict the no. of iterations LTP will make, and, also all the test cases may not run in the last iteration as the time might be up. Also we have the option to run only N test cases simultaneously,but, not the option to iterate only N times. So, we lack in some fixed sequential/repeated LTP runs. Just to exemplify, LTP cannot run for 10 times/loop after which it finally stops. Has anybody worked on something like this or give us more idea to move forward ?? Cheers-- Subrata ```
 Re: [LTP] Making LTP run for N sequential runs From: Nate Straz - 2007-10-31 12:53:28 ```On Wed, Oct 31, 2007 at 04:38:21PM +0530, Subrata Modak wrote: > Today we have the option to run LTP for the time (secs,mins,hrs,days) we > want that to run. Essentially in this we are not able to predict the no. > of iterations LTP will make, and, also all the test cases may not run in > the last iteration as the time might be up. Also we have the option to > run only N test cases simultaneously,but, not the option to iterate only > N times. So, we lack in some fixed sequential/repeated LTP runs. Just to > exemplify, LTP cannot run for 10 times/loop after which it finally > stops. > Has anybody worked on something like this or give us more idea to move > forward ?? All of those options are available in pan, the test driver. It's just a matter of exposing them via the runltp script or using pan directly. Nate ```