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From Peter Lin <wool...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Help with interpreting results....
Date Thu, 02 Sep 2004 18:08:01 GMT
AverageTime - this is the actual average as in Sum(samples)/count
minTime - is the shortest time recorded
maxtime - is the longest response time recorded

if you want to get a visual idea of what the performance is like, you
can add the new distribution graph and open the log file containing
the results.  Since I wrote the distribution graph, I'm biased.

the distribution graph will show you the 50% and 90% line, which to me
is more useful than max, min and average. The response times tend to
clump, so the distribution graph gives you that picture.

peter

http://cvs.apache.org/~woolfel/distribution_graph_capture2.png

On Thu, 2 Sep 2004 10:50:23 -0700 (PDT), vstguard
<vstguard-maillist@yahoo.com> wrote:
> I have the following result for 100 users(100 Threads). How do I interpret the Summary
result? Does it mean that the average response time for a single page is 46616 ms,
> or is the number users also factor in it?
> 
> Summary
> Tests Failures SuccessRate AverageTime MinTime MaxTime
> 1100 0 100.00% 46616ms 1563ms 729281ms
> Pages
> URL Tests Failures SuccessRate AverageTime MinTime MaxTime
> Page1 200 0 100.00% 7597ms 1563ms 15157ms
> 
> Page2 200 0 100.00% 10137ms 1641ms 20156ms
> 
> Page3 100 0 100.00% 8686ms 1719ms 12719ms
> 
> Page4 200 0 100.00% 22441ms 2500ms 165594ms
> 
> Page5 100 0 100.00% 7801ms 2719ms 51828ms
> 
> Page6 100 0 100.00% 33923ms 10656ms 65907ms
> 
> Page7 100 0 100.00% 57959ms 4234ms 547203ms
> 
> Page8 100 0 100.00% 324054ms 64078ms 729281ms
> Thanks
> -Vikram
> 
>

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