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From maalamaal <vemu...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: how do you analyse the results?
Date Tue, 29 Apr 2008 23:29:39 GMT

I wanted to know how do you document the result and explain it to the client
based on response time.



geezenslaw wrote:
> 
> I have hit this limitation before brought to my attention by: Sebb. There
> is a concurrency issue (you can look it up in bugzilla) with multiple
> users per ThreadGroup. The work-a-round is to create several ThreadGroups
> with one user per ThreadGroup. Ideally: you should use distributed
> master/slave testing as indicated in the link I sent you stated below.
> Ostensibly, the plan is if you can garner several machines (anything will
> do: laptops, old towers etc.) to be used as the slaves you are in business
> if you follow the doco link provided below. HTH.
> 
> maalamaal wrote ..
>> 
>> just one thread group
>> what happens if i have multiple thread groups?
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> geezenslaw wrote:
>> > 
>> > How many ThreadGroups are you using? This might help:
>> >
>> http://jakarta.apache.org/jmeter/usermanual/jmeter_distributed_testing_step_by_step.pdf.
>> > HTH.
>> > 
>> > maalamaal wrote ..
>> >> 
>> >> in my test case i am using no: of users as 60 and ramp up period as 60
>> >> and
>> >> loop count forever.
>> >> the response time i get how do i measure it and tell my client?
>> >> please help me as i am new to jmeter
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> Yet some, not wise, go to the other side of the globe, to barbarous and
> unhealthy regions, and devote ten or twenty years, in that they may
> live,-that is, keep comfortably warm,- and die in New England at last. 
> 
> Henry David Thoreau - Walden - 1845
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