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From domenico <Domenico.Lorenze...@iona.com>
Subject Non-GUI JMeter Performance test How-TO?
Date Thu, 19 Oct 2006 18:29:14 GMT

Hi there

I am running the Performance test that I downloaded from
http://activemq.org/site/jmeter-performance-tests.html. It works all fine,
except that I don't know whether and where the results are being logged. The
GUI version of the "View Results Listener" shows the detailed results in a
Swing Table. The table has three columns:

- sample #
- sample time (sec)
- messages processed

This is how it looks like in the GUI:

http://www.nabble.com/file/3762/JMeterActiveMQ.jpg 

and this is how the test.jtl file looks like!

bash-2.03$ more test.jtl
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<testResults>
<sample t="191" lt="0" ts="1161281553588" s="true" lb="Producer+Sampler"
rs="" r
m="" tn="Thread+Group+1-1" dt="" de="ISO-8859-1">
  <responseHeader class="java.lang.String"></responseHeader>
  <requestHeader class="java.lang.String"></requestHeader>
  <samplerData class="java.lang.String">tcp://bent:61616</samplerData>
</sample>
<sample t="2479" lt="0" ts="1161281556112" s="true" lb="Consumer+Sampler"
rs=""
rm="" tn="Thread+Group+1-1" dt="" de="ISO-8859-1">
  <responseHeader class="java.lang.String"></responseHeader>
  <requestHeader class="java.lang.String"></requestHeader>
  <samplerData class="java.lang.String">tcp://bent:61616</samplerData>
</sample>

</testResults>

That does not look the same. Or am I just overlooking something? How can I
log all the GUI data in a file? The reason why I can't run the test with GUI
is because I a running Jmeter remotely on a powerful remote machine. Remote
JMeter server is not an optgion because JMeter uses RMI and RMI doesn't pass
subnets without a proxy.

See below how I used jmeter:

bash-2.03$ jmeter -t ./testfiles/bent/Queue_Persistent_P1_S1_T1.jmx -l
./test.jt
l -n
Created the tree successfully
Starting the test
PARAM = tcp://bent:61616/ActiveMQ Server/false/false
PARAM = tcp://bent:61616/ActiveMQ Server/false/false
Tidying up ...
... end of run

Any hint very welcome. thanks and kind regards,
domenico
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