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From "Peter Lin" <wool...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Monitor Results - Thread Count
Date Mon, 10 Jul 2006 12:10:14 GMT
can you post a sample of what your tomcat is returning?  you should be able
to just copy paste the response from view result tree.

peter


On 7/10/06, Andy Dawson <andy@iti.upv.es> wrote:
>
> Peter Lin escribió:
> > make sure you setup an account to view the tomcat's status servlet and
> > add
> > an Auth manager to the test plan. You can see if the request is
> > successful
> > by adding a View Result Tree
> >
> > peter
> >
> > On 7/4/06, Andy Dawson <andy@iti.upv.es> wrote:
> >>
> >> Hi All,
> >>
> >> I´m experimenting with JMeter 2.2, Java 1.5, running on Windows XP
> >> testing against a Tomcat server running NT.
> >>
> >> I´ve set up a results monitor, but irrespective of the actual number of
> >> threads used, the thread % reports 0 (memory and load show variation,
> >> health is always 100% right up until I crash the sever and it stops
> >> responding..). Browsing "/manager/status?XML=true" manually I can see
> >> that the active thread count is not 0 and varies. I´ve done a quick
> >> search but can´t find a reason for this - anybody got any tips?
> >>
> >> Cheers,
> >>
> >> Andy Dawson
> >> PS. Does anybody use the irc channel..?
> >>
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> >
> Hi Peter,
>
> Many  thanks for the reply.
>
> The auth manager is present and the results monitor is able to access
> the manager url. A graphic is generated showing a none-dead server
> status with memory and load fluctuations in line with what I would
> expect - the only query is regarding the tread count which always
> indicates 0.
>
> Perhaps the threads for one of the other open ports is being captured
> (guess). How is the thread count used in the results monitor determined?
>
> Cheers,
>
> Andy Dawson
>
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