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From "David Brown" <da...@davidwbrown.name>
Subject Re: 10k Hits for web site
Date Sun, 27 Apr 2008 12:00:08 GMT
Hello, i don't know about all of this but what i have done in the past to exclude images: jpeg,
gif, etc. is when your created your HTTP Proxy Server in the Workbench to add to the: URL
Patterns to Exclude. See the doco at: http://jakarta.apache.org/jmeter/usermanual/jmeter_proxy_step_by_step.pdf
. HTH.

wvaibhav wrote ..
> 
> Hello All,
> 
> I am simulating 10K hits using jmeter distrubuted environment (1 master
> three slaves) I have planned the task and tried to execute, but having some
> trouble in execution... and also wanted to confirm the scenario which i have
> executed....and will be improving gradually
> 
> I have recorded a script using jmeter proxy. I wanted a rampup period for
> the execution to be 10 threads per two seconds. So, I selected 50 threads,
> ramp up period 10 and used a loop count for 2000. it takes around 6-7 hours
> to complete the job.... If I increase the number of threads and rampup
> period and reduce the loop count, i receive out of memory error and server
> in distributed environment gets preety slow completion of @ 60% of job say
> 100 requests in one hour. PF usage is 1.2 GB for 1 GB RAM and cpu usage is
> around 55 %. How is the scenario?
> How much rampup period jmeter consider after completion of first loop?
> whether it considers same rampup period for all the loops?
> 
> What are standard maximum number of threads, rampup period and loop count
> for heavy loads....
> 
> Another question is while recording scripts through jmeter, it collects all
> the image files and other requests from the web page to whom we are having
> hits. For actual testing whether we are suppose to consider all other
> request other than the html page?
> 
> Thanks in anticipation
> 
> Vaibhav
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