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From "Jonathan O'Keeffe" <jokee...@attbi.com>
Subject RE: What does the timer really do?
Date Wed, 10 Jul 2002 16:46:12 GMT
Jeff -

I believe that it does #1 - after receiving the response for a request, it
waits for the specified timer delay before making the next request.

- Jonathan


-----Original Message-----
From: Lowe, Jeff [mailto:JLowe@CeltCorp.com]
Sent: Wednesday, July 10, 2002 10:17 AM
To: 'jmeter-user@jakarta.apache.org'
Subject: What does the timer really do?

In the JMeter documentation, it states that "The timer will cause JMeter to
delay a certain amount of time between each request that a thread makes".
Does that mean that JMeter:

1) makes a request, receives the response after a period of time, then
waits
the specified timer delay period before making the next request.

OR

2) makes a request, waits for the timer delay period and then makes another
request, regardless of whether the the previous response was received.

OR

3) none of the above.


Thanks for the help.

-Jeff
Jeff Lowe
Software Architect
CELT Corporation
199 Forest St.
Marlboro, MA 01752

508-624-4474 x1237
jlowe@celtcorp.com <mailto:jlowe@celtcorp.com>




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