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From sebb <seb...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Issues while running more number of threads while running SSL( HTTPS) test
Date Tue, 21 Aug 2007 17:47:57 GMT
Which version of JMeter are you running?

Might be worth trying the current nightly, as this has improved SSL
support (better than 2.3RC3)

On 21/08/07, raja raman <raja.mdu1983@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
>         I am using Jmeter to stress test my webserver.I have a Solaris 10
> SPARC box with 32 GB RAM and 32 Processor machine.I tried stress testing
> five webservers(installed on different platforms) from the same client, with
> 250 threads for each webserver.I had five different Jmeter processes.I had
> only Non-SSL requests and the Jmeter was firing 1250 threads(250 for each of
> the server X 5) without any issues.I had set the heap size to Xms=Xmx=
> 3072m.I had used 32-bit JDK 1.5.0_12 for Solaris 10.
>
>        Now, with  the same client machine and setup, when I try to fire the
> same number of threads using HTTPS(SSL), I get a java.lang.OutOfMemoryError:
> Java heap space in the Jmeter log. I have tried increasing the heap size
> upto 5 GB!! using a 64-bit JDK.But that doesnt help anyway.The total
> available swap space is 34GB and its totally unused.I do not have any other
> process running on the box except Jmeter.I provide the
> hostname,port,protocol as command line properties.
>
>        Is there any specific tunig I need to do while running HTTPS tests
> in the Jmeter?Or any tuning could be done on the JVM side?
>
>        Please give me some inputs.
>
> regards,
> Rajaraman
>

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