why we need high density robots? is single process in all sessions executed from orchestrator or different processes?
High density is to reduce the infra size. You can run 2 to 4 or even more robots in one VM based on the hardware capability.
Hi @ydash999 ,
I think you already gone through the documentation for high density robot. Still i will put here for references: High-Density Robots
As for your question, You can have all your robot install on 1 window server (Install as User-mode and connect as Unattended Robot). With this you can save some cost for having multiple Robot on many VM or Physical machine.
And as per the document
- you can run the same process with all Robots in the same time;
- you can run different processes with all Robots in the same time.
if in a windows pc (not server) we will install multiple vms and run bots in them, will that be also called hdr?
Another reason can be considered as seeking to avoid server license cost.
Unfortunately no, HDR means all robot are installed directly on the window pc. If you have multiple VM on the window pc and install robot on each VM it is not consider as HDR
If we are working in large corporates there is a high chance you would have seen this…
One virtual machine which will be shared by users may be 4 to 5 or even more.
So based on the user profile login you get a desktop and work.
Similarly, a server machine with windows installed and multiple users configured can be utilised by all those users at the same time with different sessions.
Similarly for the robot.
Hope that helps.
can you provide any video regarding that? how it is configured?
is there any video regarding that?how to install and deploy,how robots are configured?
I dont know any video yet you can look at this document on how to setup the window pc/server Setting Up Windows Server for High-Density Robots
There is a clear docs mentioned on that case which is already posted by users above.
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