Is there a way to reduce how many tests are run in parallel, via testrunner.bat
Context: we currently run our project in 'PARALLELL' mode, with most suites set to 'SEQUENTIAL'. This works fine on our Jenkins box, running against physical application servers. We're moving to the ...
Re 1 - I want to run all the enabled tests (~1,700) in the project, so tags isn't the solution for me here (unless I ran in sequential groups of tags over many runs I guess)
Re 3 - thanks, that's useful to have confirmed. Sequential at the project level seems to mean 'sequentially run each suite'. I'm unclear if the suite's settings then take over (eg: run Suite #1 in parallel, and Suite #2 in sequence, and Suite #3 in parallel)?
I guess.. given the answer to #3 here... my question changes a bit: is there a way to run less suites in Parallel than what appears to be 'all' of them? eg: a way to run only 2 suites concurrently, instead of say... 50+
Thanks team. I have marked Rao's solution as 'the solution' as it is broadly what I was informed by SmartBear too. I don't consider re-shaping an entire test project at run-time to be a solution though. This thread has really become documentation of a feature request for both testrunner.bat and the UI of the Ready API app itself.