There are many configuration options that Selenium Grid provides to control the behavior of a node and a hub while you execute your test scripts. We will discuss them here in this section.
In this section, we will go through the configuration parameters for a node.
As we saw earlier, when we register a node with a hub, by default the node is shown as supporting five instances of the Firefox browser, five instances of the Chrome browser, and one instance of Internet Explorer, irrespective of whether or not the node actually supports them. But to register your node with the browsers of your choice, Selenium Grid provides a
-browser option, using which ...