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Subject [Jmeter Wiki] Trivial Update of "httpclient.socket.http.cps_examples" by Philippe Mouawad
Date Tue, 28 Jan 2014 21:47:01 GMT
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The "httpclient.socket.http.cps_examples" page has been changed by Philippe Mouawad:
https://wiki.apache.org/jmeter/httpclient.socket.http.cps_examples?action=diff&rev1=2&rev2=3

Comment:
Clarify and fix some typos

- == How to simulate network bandwidth with httpclient.socket.http.cps and httpclient.socket.https.cps
propertie? ==
+ == How to simulate network bandwidth in JMeter? ==
+ JMeter let's you simulate network bandwidth very easily.
+ 
- === Where to define the network bandwith? ===
+ === Where to define the network bandwidth? ===
- In jmeter.properties and/or user.properties we can read
+ In jmeter.properties we can read:
  
  {{{#!properties
  # Define characters per second > 0 to emulate slow connections
@@ -12, +14 @@

  === How to modify network bandwith? ===
  cps values are calculated with this formula :
  
- cps = (target bandwidth in kbps * 1024) / 8
+  * cps = (target bandwidth in kbps * 1024) / 8
  
- === Some examples ===
+ === Some examples: ===
  ||'''Network bandwidth''' ||'''cps value''' ||
  ||Mobile data GPRS : 171 kbit/s ||21888 ||
  ||Mobile data EDGE : 384 kbit/s ||49152 ||
@@ -34, +36 @@

  ||ADSL2 : 12 Mbit/s ||1536000 ||
  ||ADSL2+ : 24 Mbit/s ||3072000 ||
  
+ 
+ === Configuration summary: ===
+  1. Ensure you use HttpClient 3.1 or HttpClient 4 implementations
+  1. Configure bandwidth by defining the 2 properties above in <jmeter home>/bin/user.properties
+ 

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