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From "BAZLEY, Sebastian" <>
Subject RE: Keeping track of machines used during remote tests
Date Mon, 22 Sep 2003 10:20:11 GMT
Note that command line flags can also be used to change the behaviour of
I think these are already logged (but possibly not with the default logging

The JMeter log file should also form part of the test results.
If it does not do so already, it should be easy enough to log the details of
the remote systems.

If the log does not already provide the information you need, perhaps you
could try a short test run with the logging level set to DEBUG - it may be
that this shows the required information. It would then be a question of
enabling the appropriate log level for the individual class, or perhaps
promoting one or more log messages to the INFO level.

-----Original Message-----
From: Lars-Erik Helander []
Sent: 21 September 2003 12:58
To: JMeter Users List
Subject: Keeping track of machines used during remote tests

One great feature with JMteter is that you save your test results together
with you test
plan definition. This makes it possible to track "exactly" what you did and
you do not
loose control over the relationship between test results and their
corresponding test plan.
However when you run remote tests you must configure the remote set of
machines in the file, which (to my knowledge) is not part of the stored
test results.
This mean that you loose track of some basic data concerning the test if you
only have
the test results available.
I would suggest a Configuration Element that you may apply to a Test Plan
that corresponds
to the list of remote machines to use during the test run.
Another feature this would give,is the possibility to alter the set of
machines without
having to restart the controlling jmeter instance.

If any of these issues is already solved in JMeter,please provide me with a
link to
the appropriate information.

Lasse Helander

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