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From "mahesh kumar" <pmku...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: How to give distributed load through jmeter
Date Wed, 02 May 2007 09:53:39 GMT
Hi,
What u mentioned in the below mail is absolutely correct(regading adding of
load generators).


   - First we need to select one machine as console and remaining
   machines as load generators
   - We need add the all theIp's of lad generators to console
   - Before starting the test run we need to start Jmeter-server.bat in
   all the load generators.When we clcik on the jmeter-server.bat it will
   open 2 windows.if any window is closed then there is a problem with
   java path.we need to modify that path
   - In cosle we need to start jmeter.bat and open the existing scripts
   and click on remote start all depending on the number threads u mentioned in
   the Thread those many threas will be started in each load generator.

If u need any calrifications in this regards send me a mail.

Thanks,
Mahesh




On 4/30/07, puneet jagtiani <puneetjagtiani@yahoo.co.in> wrote:
>
> Hi,
> i m new to jmeter .i want to know about the distributed load through
> jmeter . i read in jmeter docs that ,to give distributed load through jmeter
> we have to configure the host ip in jmeter.properties file. at location
>
>
> #---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> # Remote hosts and RMI configuration
>
> #---------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> # Remote Hosts - comma delimited
> remote_hosts=127.0.0.1
> #remote_hosts:localhost:1099,localhost:2010
>
> # RMI port to be used by the server (must start rmiregistry with same
> port)
> #server_port=1099
>
> # To change the port to (say) 1234:
> # On the server(s)
> # - set server_port=1234
> # - start rmiregistry with port 1234
> # On Windows this can be done by:
> # SET SERVER_PORT=1234
> # JMETER-SERVER
> #
> # On Unix:
> # SERVER_PORT=1234 jmeter-server
> #
> # On the client:
> # - set remote_hosts=server:1234
>
>
> but what i cant't understand is what is jmeter JMeter remote servers
> running ? how i can install jmeter remote server on another machine. can
> anyone please tell me the step by step procedure of giving distributed load
> through jmeter.
>
> Thanks
> Puneet
>
>
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