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From sebb <seb...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Running JMeter as server, how is CSV data chosen
Date Wed, 10 Sep 2008 01:26:50 GMT
On 09/09/2008, jephperro <jeff.perreault@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>  Hi there,
>
>  I am using Jmeter to do some performance testing, running 5 machines using
>  the Jmeter_server.  It's working pretty well so far.
>
>  Here's the question though.  I have a list of logins and passwords in a CSV
>  file.
>
>  Does each instance (server) use the same CSV file starting at line 1?

Each server opens the CSV file itself, so unless the CSV file is
stored on a shared drive, they will be different files.

>  So here's what I am trying:
>  I start my 5 servers, with 10 threads each, and 250 user/pass pairs in the
>  CSV.
>
>  What I want is to see 250 users logged into my website.
>
>  What I seem to be seeing is the same 50 users logged in 5 times.
>
>  Any way around this, or is this in fact what is happening?  Would it make a
>  difference if each server had a different CSV file?

Yes.

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