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From sebb <seb...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Handling errors gracefully in sets of pages
Date Wed, 05 Sep 2007 13:04:27 GMT
On 05/09/07, Ronan Klyne <ronan.klyne@groupbc.com> wrote:
> > By the way, BeanShell tends to leak more memory if the script is on
> > the screen; using a file seems better. Best is probably to define the
> > script as a method in a startup file and then invoke from a file or
> > the screen.
>
> Aaah... That's a very useful bit of info - I'm seeing memory usage
> hitting 1Gb for a 10 thread test, so this could be the solution...
>
> Out of curiosity, would if be feasible to implement try/catch-like
> behaviour in JMeter? If so, I'd find it useful enough that I may even
> end up writing it. (I just don't want to spend lots of time learning
> about the JMeter code base to discover that it's not possible/really silly)
>

Sorry, no idea.

The thread control part of JMeter is rather complicated - it looks
simple enough in the JMeterThread class, but there are a lot of subtle
interactions between the controller classes that it calls.

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