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From Benjamin Francisoud <>
Subject Re: Performance problems
Date Fri, 02 Dec 2005 15:21:11 GMT
Using multiple test machines to test load on the server machine can help 
you too to achieve higher throughput... (but I never did it with jmeter)


Benjamin Francisoud

Peter Lin wrote:

>unfortunately, XML is heavy weight and the default xml parser shipped with
>sun jdk is crimson. it's rather slow, so the practical limit per system is
>roughly 20-40 depending on the CPU speed.  The only way to simulate larger
>loads is to increase the think time, or use several client systems to
>generate load.
>on a 1.4Ghz Pentium M laptop, the limit for soap performance is around
>20-25. If you check use memory cache in the webservice soap sampler, you get
>up to 50, but at that point the test is measuring XML performance on the
>server.  hope that helps
>On 12/2/05, Ross Garrett <> wrote:
>>I have just started using JMeter for performance testing of web service
>>applications. I am currently using one thread group, and have been
>>trying various numbers of threads. The maximum performance I can get
>>(using 30-35 threads) is approx. 140tps which I know is just over half
>>the current benchmark for the service under test.
>>Should I be configuring JMeter differently to achieve higher
>>performance, or will it just not go any faster?
>>Thanks in advance
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