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From sebb <seb...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: cache manage with jmeter
Date Thu, 19 Jan 2006 13:53:00 GMT
On 19/01/06, pascal NICOLAS <pascalou3@yahoo.fr> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I'm executing a test to stress a server and the
> scenario loads many image (gif files). Jmeter executes
> the script 100 times.
> I would like to know how Jmeter manages the cache (for
> gif, js, css).
> Is there a cache system with Jmeter or not ?

No.

> Does it reload  these files for each run (here, 100
> reloads by files) ?

Yes.

> My script contains only :
> - A coockies manager
> - all html requests
> - some regular expressions
> - a aggregate report listener
>
> Do I need to add something ?

You could add one set of requests with image downloads, and run that
once, and then run the rest 99 times without images.

> Regards,
> Pascal.
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