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From mstov...@apache.org
Subject Re: multiple thread groups
Date Fri, 04 Jul 2003 11:34:12 GMT
Each threadgroup represents a different set of users doing a different test case.  All 
threadgroups are run simultaneously by default.  So, you would use 3 threadgroups, one each

for A,B,and C.

-Mike

On 4 Jul 2003 at 10:52, tom keene wrote:

> Hi all,
> I'm not entirely clear how the use of multiple thread groups would work.
> i.e would 4 thread groups each with 1 thread simulate 4 simultaneous 
> users?
> 
> The reason I ask is, I've set up multiple test plans contained within 
> 'simple logic controllers' e.g.
> 
> A - runs through a login procedure.
> B - Adds items to a database.
> C - Deletes items from a database.
> 
> What I want to do is test the situation where:
> 
> A has 10 simultaneous users.
> B has 4 simultaneous users.
> C has 7 simultaneous users.
> 
> Where A, B and C are all tested simultaneously, which would make a 
> total of 21 simultaneous users on the system.
> 
> In order to simulate this usage, do I need to setup multiple thread 
> groups each containing a separate 'simple logic controller'?
> Or would this situation be simulated by using multiple loop controllers 
> within a single thread group?
> 
> cheers for any clarification
> 
> Tom Keene
> 
> 
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