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Subject [Bug 63004] Java vs. HTTPclient4 very big response time difference, HTTPclient4 adding 30s to response time
Date Tue, 11 Dec 2018 20:25:15 GMT
https://bz.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=63004

Philippe Mouawad <p.mouawad@ubik-ingenierie.com> changed:

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--- Comment #1 from Philippe Mouawad <p.mouawad@ubik-ingenierie.com> ---
(In reply to RuThaNiel van den Naar from comment #0)
> Hello,
> im using Jmeter for 12 years now, but there are everything new strange bugs.
> 
>  I met strange problem with new HTTP application, which im testing, in
> browser are response times from 2-20s for whole pages for all requests, this
> 1 problematic is 0-8s, in Jmeter for 1 request was response time almost
> always 30s+, in very few occasional iterations im getting fast response time
> 1-8s, but when i get slow its always over (like some wait is added or
> something like that) 30s, 30-38s. I run zillion of iterations, but i never
> got response between 8s and 29s!, always 30+, or <8s.
> 
>   I kept, investigating and when i used Java client+RedirectAutomatically
> option instead of HTTPclient4 is fine,i getting reasonable response times
> 0-8s. Any other any other combinations, failing, i tried httpclient4 with
> redirectAutomatically too, its the same, its still slow, +30s.. in 95% of
> cases. Its not some application hicup or something its reproducable, whole
> day long problem.
> 
>  I tried Jmeter 4/3.3 even Jmeter 3 with HTTP client3 and its accross
> multiple of version, there is some bug.
> 
>   Its simple scripts, no timers, no cycles etc.. just requests, transaction
> controller and lots of regular expression extractors and few results tree.
> Load is 1 to 5 users. Java 1.8 64 bit 1.8 191.
> 
>  Im using OpenVPN for scripting, antivir is turn down, but condion for all
> testing are the same.
> 
>   Application+data are not public, but i know that im doing, same scenario
> in SilkPerformer is fast too.

Hello,

1/ 
Can you attach a sample test plan ?
Or at least show your configuration:
- of HTTP Request 
- Thread Group
- HTTP Cookie Manager
- HTTP Header Manager

2/ Also please provide jmeter.log after activating debug mode:

in bin/log4j2.xml uncomment lines 75 / 76:
    <Logger name="org.apache.http" level="debug" />
    <Logger name="org.apache.jmeter.protocol.http" level="debug" />

Start jmeter and run the "buggy" request once .

3/ If you can also put fiddler capture.

4/ Also please provide some context on application


With current status 

Thank you

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