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From "Noel O'Brien" <nobr...@newbay.com>
Subject Re: Simulating QoS and Speed
Date Mon, 09 Mar 2009 18:37:21 GMT
On Monday 09 March 2009 18:32:03 david@davidwbrown.name wrote:
> You might want to try removing JMeter the fat client from the actual load
> testing with the following:

What do you mean by "fat client"? The GUI?

> http://jakarta.apache.org/jmeter/usermanual/jmeter_distributed_testing_step
>_by_step.pdf
>
> My experience with this is more realistic. JMeter at the command-line is
> more work but more control: beanshell et. al.
>
> Noel O'Brien wrote ..
>
> > Hi All,
> >
> > I've been asked to simulate real traffic for our system using JMeter in
> > relation to file uploads in terms of Quality of Service (approx 60%) and
> > realistic upload speeds.
> >
> > Quality of Service seems reasonably possible with JMeter as its a matter
> > of structuring samplers under a number of random and/or throughput
> > controllers.
> >
> > Simulating realistic upload speeds seems much harder. I'm told that
> > clients will upload files to our server at approx 5 - 20 kbps, and to
> > simaulte this correctly, I'll need to throttle the connection the sampler
> > makes, rather than adding a delay timer. Is there a way to simulate this
> > in JMeter? Nothing jumps out at me and I don't recall seeing anything in
> > the User Manual to achieve this. Has anyone else had to deal with this
> > situation? Does anyone have any thoughts on how this could be achieved?
> >
> > Regards,
> > Noel
>
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