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From sebb <seb...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: What is the preffered way to detect that a test has ended and cleanup has completed?
Date Mon, 19 Mar 2012 12:39:28 GMT
On 19 March 2012 11:52, Mark Collin <mark.collin@lazeryattack.com> wrote:
> This is causing me a few issues.
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> I've tried adding a test listener which detects the end of the test, the
> problem is that I don't know when clean-up has completed and things like the
> reporting listener have completed their job(s).
>

What are you trying to achieve?

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> I am currently doing the following:
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> 1.       Wait for a test end to be reported to the test listener.
>
> 2.       Wait for a period of jmeter.exit.check.pause + 5000ms (The pause
> hard coded in Jmeter for listener cleanup) + 500ms (extra pause to provide
> an error margin).
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> Unfortunately I still seem to be continuing before the .jtl files have
> finished being written intermittently.
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> I could scan the JMeter log file and wait until it reports the end of the
> test, but this is really not a very nice solution IMHO.  Is anything
> triggered after JMeter has completed clean up and written the .jtl logs that
> I can hook a listener into that I have missed?

JMeter non-GUI will exit.

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