Such status is a default when Perforator receives a request to provision a new browser cloud.
The platform has a pretty big hardware capacity, but it is still limited, so we process all browser cloud requests in FIFO order.
Browser cloud stays queued till we have enough available resources to fulfill your request.
Note: Credits(browser hours) are returned back to your account if you cancel the browser cloud while it is still queued.
Perforator has enough hardware resources and began starting servers to back your browser cloud.
The system automatically applies health checks to ensure that all servers are fully functional.
Note: Credits(browser hours) are returned back to your account if the browser cloud can't be initialized successfully, for example, due to hardware errors.
Browser cloud is fully serviceable at this time, i.e., it can process browsers related commands and actions. The cloud stays serviceable when it becomes operational up to the requested duration. Load generator begins generating actual load on the target system only when the browser cloud is ready.
Perforator has begun stopping servers associated with the browser cloud.
Termination starts in the following cases:
- Unsuccessful provisioning.
- The load test is finished.
- The browser cloud is expired according to the requested duration.
- Manual emergency shutdown from UI.
Perforator has completely shut down all servers associated with the browser cloud. It might take a few minutes to clean up all associated resources.