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From "Martin Samm" <>
Subject RE: Remote Testing
Date Tue, 21 Jan 2003 08:59:21 GMT
> If you got it from cvs HEAD then it is 1.8 plus fixes.
i use co with '-r' and the v1_7_3 tag

I'll certainly try 1.8 against jdk 1.3 as i;d like to use the latest version.

Thanks again for the help Scott.

-----Original Message-----
From: Scott Eade []
Sent: 21 January 2003 08:50
To: JMeter Users List
Subject: Re: Remote Testing 

On 21/01/2003 7:18 PM, "Martin Samm" <> wrote:

> i got the latest 1.7 version from CVS and it fixed the remote problem.
If you got it from cvs HEAD then it is 1.8 plus fixes.
> As for where to run JMeter, the best practices section of the documentation
> says to run it on the app server to remove any bottle necks, plus the app
> server we have is far more capable of running a heavy load then my (rubbish)
> desktop machine, so it seemed to make sense.
I think you are referring to the Remote Testing section and yes, it does say
to execute the scripts on the application server.  I would say however that
this document is in error - what it should say is that you should use a test
server that is on the same Ethernet segment as the application server in
order to minimise the impact of the network without placing additional load
on the application server itself.  I will correct the document later.
> I havent gone to version 1.8 because we're using currently using jdk 1.3 and
> the docs say 1.8 requires jdk 1.4. Correct me if this is wrong however!
I am pretty sure Jordi patched cvs to allow JMeter to run against jdk 1.3
(and I think even 1.2).


Scott Eade
Backstage Technologies Pty. Ltd.
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