FAQ

Frequently asked questions about executing tests.

How many tests can I run in parallel?

As many as your testing environment can handle. There’s no limit to the number of tests you can run in parallel.

How can I limit the number of concurrent testers accessing my environment?

Suppose your testing environment has issues with the number of testers or automation agents accessing it. In that case, you can set a concurrent tester limit on the Global Settings page. For more information, see Managing the Concurrent Tester Limit.

Can I run tests on different browsers or devices within the same run group?

While we recommend grouping tests by platform to manage run settings more easily, you can run individual tests on different platforms. To do so, update your test-level run settings. For more information, see Managing Test-Level Run Settings.

How can I set default browsers or devices?

Select your default platforms on the Platforms settings page. These are preselected when starting runs but can be overridden by run group settings or test-level run settings.

Can I change the run group settings via the CLI?

Run groups are set to run on the configurations defined in the run group settings (environment, browsers, crowd, location) unless different parameters are passed. Set the parameters --environment-id, --browsers, or --crowd to use different settings for the run. For more information, see our CLI documentation.


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