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From "Mishra, Ajay" <Ajay.Mis...@gs.com>
Subject RE: How to identify threads in Jmeter test uniquely.
Date Mon, 01 Dec 2008 10:40:14 GMT
Hi,

Please see enclosed the details of a run. I am getting some "Thread
Name" as repeating for eg. 1-4, 1-3, 1-7. Is there a way to avoid it.
Also to confirm my last query i.e. I am getting the Thread name beyond
1-10 but only issue now id repetitions. Is there any setting to get rid
of that.

version	t	lt	ts	s	lb	rc	rm	tn
dt	by
1.2	705	705	1.22779E+12	TRUE
http://.../.../client/intraday/viewer3	200	OK	Intraday 1-4
text	147
1.2	17299	2238	1.22779E+12	TRUE
http://.../.../client/intraday/viewer3	200	OK	Intraday 1-7
text	2266719
1.2	21813	2221	1.22779E+12	TRUE
http://.../.../client/intraday/viewer3	200	OK	Intraday 1-5
text	3222100
1.2	29832	2836	1.22779E+12	TRUE
http://.../.../client/intraday/viewer3	200	OK	Intraday 1-10
text	4555592
1.2	55734	4352	1.22779E+12	TRUE
http://.../.../client/intraday/viewer3	200	OK	Intraday 1-8
text	9095611
1.2	357	357	1.22779E+12	TRUE
http://.../.../client/intraday/viewer3	200	OK	Intraday 1-4
text	147
1.2	346	346	1.22779E+12	TRUE
http://.../.../client/intraday/viewer3	200	OK	Intraday 1-7
text	147
1.2	351	351	1.22779E+12	TRUE
http://.../.../client/intraday/viewer3	200	OK	Intraday 1-5
text	147
1.2	95659	6564	1.22779E+12	TRUE
http://.../.../client/intraday/viewer3	200	OK	Intraday 1-3
text	16215790
1.2	96238	8351	1.22779E+12	TRUE
http://.../.../client/intraday/viewer3	200	OK	Intraday 1-2
text	16215790
1.2	137762	9359	1.22779E+12	TRUE
http://.../.../client/intraday/viewer3	200	OK	Intraday 1-6
text	23604447
1.2	157976	12038	1.22779E+12	TRUE
http://.../.../client/intraday/viewer3	200	OK	Intraday 1-9
text	27075483
1.2	182840	13055	1.22779E+12	TRUE
http://.../.../client/intraday/viewer3	200	OK	Intraday 1-1
text	30454734
1.2	16675	2078	1.22779E+12	TRUE
http://.../.../client/intraday/viewer3	200	OK	Intraday 1-3
text	1762881

Regard's
Ajay Mishra 

-----Original Message-----
From: sebb [mailto:sebbaz@gmail.com] 
Sent: Friday, November 28, 2008 7:12 PM
To: JMeter Users List
Subject: Re: How to identify threads in Jmeter test uniquely.

On 28/11/2008, Mishra, Ajay <Ajay.Mishra@gs.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>
>  I am using version 2.3.2 of Jmeter.
>  Also the thread name is extracted directly from the .jtl file as
below
>
>  <httpSample t="1145" lt="0" ts="1227870337076" s="true"
>  lb="http://xxx/xxx/main.html" rc="302" rm="Moved Temporarily"
>  tn="Intraday 1-2" dt="" by="0"/>
>
>  The entry "tn" denotes the "Thread Name". Is there a way to change
it.
>

Works fine for me:

<httpSample t="79" lt="79" ts="1227879345311" s="true" lb="HTTP
Request" rc="302" rm="Moved Temporarily" tn="Intraday 1-10" dt="text"
by="221"/>
<httpSample t="47" lt="47" ts="1227879345405" s="true" lb="HTTP
Request" rc="302" rm="Moved Temporarily" tn="Intraday 1-11" dt="text"
by="221"/>

What does the View Results Tree or Table Listener show for the Thread
name?

Are you sure that you are looking at the correct samples?

>
>  Ajay
>
>
>  -----Original Message-----
>  From: sebb [mailto:sebbaz@gmail.com]
>  Sent: Friday, November 28, 2008 6:57 PM
>  To: JMeter Users List
>  Subject: Re: How to identify threads in Jmeter test uniquely.
>
>  On 28/11/2008, Mishra, Ajay <Ajay.Mishra@gs.com> wrote:
>  > Hi All,
>  >
>  >  I wanted to know if there is way to uniquely identify each thread
>  >  elements of a test run i.e. When I am runnning a test with 30
>  different
>  >  threads the thread name currently shows the value as xxx 1-1, xxx
1-2
>  >  and it goes tisll xxx 1-10 and then repeats again with xxx 1-1 for
>  the
>  >  11th thread and so on.
>
>  How are you extracting the thread name?
>  Which version of JMeter?
>
>  >  I want this thread name for each thread to be
>  >  identified separately somehow as I am trying to get the results
into
>  >  Excel and then generating graphs.
>  >
>  >  Also is there a way to change the Timestamp from Milliseconds to
say
>  >  Seconds or Minutes directly in the result.
>
>  No.
>
>  >  Let me know if there is way to achieve this.
>  >
>  >  Regard's
>  >  Ajay Mishra
>  >
>  >
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