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Ducloux Victor
Hi Everybody, I would like to know about how you all load Test with
JMeter....
I'm Testing a site on tomcat and JMeter is on a computer with 2 proc
with total 3Ghz 1024Mo Ram, so a quite fast one ...

My test is recorded with the JMeter Proxy, and consists of browsing over
40 pages ....

My problem is that when I come around 30 Threads with a ramp up period
of 60s , (which makes one new thread every 2 seconds ), and with
agregate log and simple data writer ... I absolutly nedd these logs ....

So is there a mistake in the way I'm doing things? What are your thread
limits ....?

thanks in advance


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Re: thread Limits

Peter Lin
what I like to do is run the test with just the simple data writer.
then after the test I view it with aggregate listener, graph or
distribution graph.

to view the results after the test, just add the listener and open the
.jtl file.

peter



On 5/13/05, Ducloux Victor <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi Everybody, I would like to know about how you all load Test with
> JMeter....
> I'm Testing a site on tomcat and JMeter is on a computer with 2 proc
> with total 3Ghz 1024Mo Ram, so a quite fast one ...
>
> My test is recorded with the JMeter Proxy, and consists of browsing over
> 40 pages ....
>
> My problem is that when I come around 30 Threads with a ramp up period
> of 60s , (which makes one new thread every 2 seconds ), and with
> agregate log and simple data writer ... I absolutly nedd these logs ....
>
> So is there a mistake in the way I'm doing things? What are your thread
> limits ....?
>
> thanks in advance
>
>     Victor Ducloux |  Stagiaire
>
>     *c o s m o s b a y ~ v e c t i s*
>
>     Chemin de Saint-Lambert, Actiburo 1, Bâtiment A - 13400 Aubagne -
>     www.cosmosbay-vectis.com
>     Tél. général : +33 4 91 87 81 08 - Fax : +33 4 91 87 81 09
>
>

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Re: thread Limits

sebb-2-2
If the test runs for a long time, and you want to get some idea of the
performance as it is running, you can add a summariser (see
jmeter.properties) which generates summary output every few minutes.

S.
On 5/13/05, Peter Lin <[hidden email]> wrote:

> what I like to do is run the test with just the simple data writer.
> then after the test I view it with aggregate listener, graph or
> distribution graph.
>
> to view the results after the test, just add the listener and open the
> .jtl file.
>
> peter
>
>
> On 5/13/05, Ducloux Victor <[hidden email]> wrote:
> > Hi Everybody, I would like to know about how you all load Test with
> > JMeter....
> > I'm Testing a site on tomcat and JMeter is on a computer with 2 proc
> > with total 3Ghz 1024Mo Ram, so a quite fast one ...
> >
> > My test is recorded with the JMeter Proxy, and consists of browsing over
> > 40 pages ....
> >
> > My problem is that when I come around 30 Threads with a ramp up period
> > of 60s , (which makes one new thread every 2 seconds ), and with
> > agregate log and simple data writer ... I absolutly nedd these logs ....
> >
> > So is there a mistake in the way I'm doing things? What are your thread
> > limits ....?
> >
> > thanks in advance
> >
> >     Victor Ducloux |  Stagiaire
> >
> >     *c o s m o s b a y ~ v e c t i s*
> >
> >     Chemin de Saint-Lambert, Actiburo 1, Bâtiment A - 13400 Aubagne -
> >     www.cosmosbay-vectis.com
> >     Tél. général : +33 4 91 87 81 08 - Fax : +33 4 91 87 81 09
> >
> >
>
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