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From Edward_Herrera <edwardjr.herr...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: How to replicate a load testing with user session?
Date Fri, 18 Jan 2008 20:39:02 GMT

Hi, 

The tool is nice and replay the log file when I work with only one session
and is excellent. The problem arise when I want to replay a log file from a
real world scenario.

I understand that the session Ids are private for the server but I want to
replicate a real world scenario so, How could I do it with the tool using
the log file of the server?

Effectively the three first lines are the logins and are followed by the
sessions ids. and exists interleaved sessions just like in a real world
scenario. If I handle each session in separate threads then I should
identify  from the log file each session and put it on a thread, right?. But
if I want to replay one log file with thousand of lines this is not
possible. The tool can not do it for me automatically?

Thanks in advance.


sebb-2-2 wrote:
> 
> On 18/01/2008, Edward_Herrera <edwardjr.herrera@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>> I am performing a load testing for a web-based application. I am using
>> the
>> Access Log Sampler using the log file with common logging pattern and
>> with
>> the parser OrderPreservingLogParser. I added a HTTP Cookie Manager but
>> the
>> user sessions are missing.
> 
> What do you mean - they are missing?
> 
>> How can I replicate the user sessions as appears in the log file?
> 
> The session ids are  normally private to the server.
> 
>> These are some lines of my log file. do I making something wrong?. Thanks
>> I
>> appreciate your help.
> 
>> 127.0.0.1 - - [16/Jan/2008:23:34:05 -0800] "GET
>> /MINSite/UserLogin?name=36&pass=36&to=&btnsignin2=enviar HTTP/1.1"
>> C46054019E4BDBF7DB9878A539E42087
>> 127.0.0.1 - - [16/Jan/2008:23:34:07 -0800] "GET
>> /MINSite/UserLogin?name=30&pass=30&to=&btnsignin2=enviar HTTP/1.1"
>> E9492813766343D8FD71565609AD53B7
>> 127.0.0.1 - - [16/Jan/2008:23:34:07 -0800] "GET
>> /MINSite/UserLogin?name=44&pass=44&to=&btnsignin2=enviar HTTP/1.1"
>> FF052120D0D0CC1748EFBB6C4D4A56CF
> 
> I assume the above 3 lines are logins?
> 
> And the hex number is a session id?
> 
>> 127.0.0.1 - - [16/Jan/2008:23:34:08 -0800] "GET /MINSite/BuscarInvoices
>> HTTP/1.1" FF052120D0D0CC1748EFBB6C4D4A56CF
>> 127.0.0.1 - - [16/Jan/2008:23:34:08 -0800] "GET /MINSite/BuscarInvoices
>> HTTP/1.1" E9492813766343D8FD71565609AD53B7
>> 127.0.0.1 - - [16/Jan/2008:23:34:07 -0800] "GET /MINSite/BuscarInvoices
>> HTTP/1.1" C46054019E4BDBF7DB9878A539E42087
>> 127.0.0.1 - - [16/Jan/2008:23:34:08 -0800] "GET /MINSite/BuscarInvoices
>> HTTP/1.1" FF052120D0D0CC1748EFBB6C4D4A56CF
>> 127.0.0.1 - - [16/Jan/2008:23:34:08 -0800] "GET /MINSite/BuscarInvoices
>> HTTP/1.1" E9492813766343D8FD71565609AD53B7
>> 127.0.0.1 - - [16/Jan/2008:23:34:08 -0800] "GET /MINSite/invoices.jsp
>> HTTP/1.1" C46054019E4BDBF7DB9878A539E42087
> 
> It looks like there are three interleaved sessions here; these need to
> be handled in separate threads.
> 
> Try extracting just the lines for a single session, and see how that
> works.
> 
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