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I want to remotely check if the Selenium Grid is currently executing any tests or not. If yes, I can then queue any additional runs sent to the Grid from the web interface.

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Create a node-config.json file and store this parameters.

{

    "capabilities": [

        {

            "browserName": "chrome",

            "maxInstances": "2",#settings per browser

        }

    ],

    "maxSession": "3", #settings per node

}

To start a node:

 java -jar /path_to_driver/serve.jar -role node -hub HUB_ADDRESS -nodeConfig /path_to_node_config/node-config.json

So if you run new test, the grid will register it and will wait for a free node.

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