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From Mike Lindsey <>
Subject Re: Jmeter sequencing question
Date Tue, 23 Sep 2003 18:39:46 GMT
Add a second thread group as a child of the main thread group.  The 
outer thread group is executed once, and contains steps 1, 2, inner 
thread group, and step 4.

The inner thread group you set up to do step three with multiple threads.

That should work.

Anantheswaran, Krishnan wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm using JMeter to run a load test on my web app. I also have some
> benchmarking code in the app that I'll use to check the performance of
> various objects in the system. I need to be able to do the following and
> can't seem to find an easy way to do it. Any help will be appreciated.
> 1. Hit URLs A,B,C,D,E just once (to ensure all page compiles have taken
> place)
> 2. Hit URL BENCHMARK_INIT just once (initialize the benchmark component)
> 3. Multiple threads X multiple times
> 	Hit URLs A,B,C,D,E in sequence. (actual load test)
> 4. After (3) is complete Hit URL BENCHMARK_PRINT just once (print the
> benchmarks accumulated)
> I can figure out how to do each of the steps but I can't seem to
> sequence the calls so that steps 1, 2 and 4 happen just once (and not
> once per thread). I guess I can always have 3 test plans and run them
> one after another but it would be good if I can use just one test plan
> for the whole thing.
> Thanks in advance.
> Regards,
> Krishnan
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Mike Lindsey
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