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Reporting data difference New relic vs Jmeter

prateekgommt
Ran a test for 70K rpm on api ..

New Relic says average below 10ms & 99%ile below 30ms. while Jmeter
reporting says Avg 126 ms & 99% 320 ms

please find screenshot of both  https://imgur.com/a/259zDMk


So just curious to understand how can be there so huge difference

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Re: Reporting data difference New relic vs Jmeter

Andrew Burton
Is NewRelic reporting purely on server time, vs. JMeter reporting on total
end to end time, including data transmission? Check JMeter's reporting of
response time vs. latency (i.e. TTFB)

On Thu, Mar 21, 2019 at 7:50 PM Prateek Dua <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Ran a test for 70K rpm on api ..
>
> New Relic says average below 10ms & 99%ile below 30ms. while Jmeter
> reporting says Avg 126 ms & 99% 320 ms
>
> please find screenshot of both  https://imgur.com/a/259zDMk
>
>
> So just curious to understand how can be there so huge difference
>
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Re: Reporting data difference New relic vs Jmeter

prateekgommt
Got the bottom line. thank a lot Andrew.

On Fri, 22 Mar 2019 at 09:53, Andrew Burton <[hidden email]>
wrote:

> Is NewRelic reporting purely on server time, vs. JMeter reporting on total
> end to end time, including data transmission? Check JMeter's reporting of
> response time vs. latency (i.e. TTFB)
>
> On Thu, Mar 21, 2019 at 7:50 PM Prateek Dua <[hidden email]>
> wrote:
>
> > Ran a test for 70K rpm on api ..
> >
> > New Relic says average below 10ms & 99%ile below 30ms. while Jmeter
> > reporting says Avg 126 ms & 99% 320 ms
> >
> > please find screenshot of both  https://imgur.com/a/259zDMk
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> >
> > So just curious to understand how can be there so huge difference
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