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From Peter Lin <wool...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: How to periodically Increase the number of threads during load test
Date Tue, 29 Nov 2005 16:47:44 GMT
a simple option is this

test plan -
   - thread group (delay 1000)
   - thread group (delay 5000)
   - thread group (delay 10000)


peter


On 11/29/05, Noam Paz <noam.paz@db.com> wrote:
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> Hi Sebb,
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> What we tend to do is to use a fixed number of threads, but vary the
> throughput using a variable or property. The variable can be changed
> by reading a file, or a property can be changed remotely using the
> beanshell server - see jmeter.properties for info on starting it.
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> since this question arises every now and then - is it possible to
> elaborate on it ? Do you have a small example handy?
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> Best regards / Viele Grüße
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> Noam Paz
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> On 29/11/05, tchris22@freesurf.fr <tchris22@freesurf.fr> wrote:
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> > In order to load testing the web application, I would like Jmeter
> > to Increase the number of threads of a thread group, each 30 minutes.
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> > How could I do that?
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> Create a Bugzilla enhancement request and wait ;-)
> It's not directly possible at present.
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> However, you can gradually increase the number of active threads by
> choosing a suitable ramp-up time - e.g. 100 threads, ramp-up 1000
> would create 100 threads, but start them every 10 seconds.
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> Or you could have multiple thread groups, and use the startup delay to
> start them in sequence.
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> What we tend to do is to use a fixed number of threads, but vary the
> throughput using a variable or property. The variable can be changed
> by reading a file, or a property can be changed remotely using the
> beanshell server - see jmeter.properties for info on starting it.
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