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From li...@dankeeley.co.uk
Subject Re: Reccomendations for creating a varying load test.
Date Thu, 26 Apr 2007 12:10:01 GMT
Ah; no i hadnt.  It's working now.  Thanks!
Dan

> See "Getting Started" - did you download the BeanShell jar?
>
> On 26/04/07, lists@dankeeley.co.uk <lists@dankeeley.co.uk> wrote:
>> Excellent thanks, that looks like a usefull tool which we've not yet
>> investigated using.
>>
>> I tried to start the server however but got this message:
>>
>>
>> 2007/04/26 11:44:25 INFO  - jmeter.JMeter: Starting Beanshell server
>> (9000,/disk
>> 01/home/lonad5/jakarta-jmeter-2.2/extras/startup.bsh)
>> 2007/04/26 11:44:25 INFO  - jmeter.engine.StandardJMeterEngine: Running
>> the test
>> !
>> 2007/04/26 11:44:25 ERROR - jmeter.util.BeanShellServer: Beanshell
>> Interpreter n
>> ot found
>>
>> The full path to the beanshell server is correct, this is jmeter2.2 on
>> solaris, should that all be ok?
>>
>> thanks,
>> Dan
>>
>> > What we do is to use the Constant Throughput element - but use a
>> > property for the throughput (so the throughput is a constant
>> > variable!).
>> >
>> > You can then use the BeanShell server to change the property every so
>> > often.
>> >
>> > You can access the BeanShell server interactively - or give it a
>> > script with built-in pauses.
>> >
>> > See "Best Practises" for some details.
>> >
>> > S.
>> > On 26/04/07, lists@dankeeley.co.uk <lists@dankeeley.co.uk> wrote:
>> >> Hi All,
>> >>
>> >> We use jmeter to great effect for soak testing at a constant load,
>> >> volume
>> >> testing to breaking point and indeed benchmarking.
>> >>
>> >> Now we're wondering whether or not we should have a varying load
>> test,
>> >> or
>> >> pretty much a soak test, but with some peaks here and there.
>> >>
>> >> So what would be the best way to do that?  One easy quick and dirty
>> way
>> >> for us would be to run our usual 1hr soak test, and then run other
>> say
>> >> 15min or 5min tests during that 1hr.  However i just wondered if
>> there
>> >> was
>> >> any thoughts on this issue?
>> >>
>> >> Thanks!
>> >> Dan
>> >>
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