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From Barath <barathg...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Jmeter 2.3.2 not working in Linux
Date Wed, 11 Mar 2009 14:12:53 GMT

Thank you Sebb for your quick response, but still i am unable to solve the
issue.

1. I downloaded .zip and using "unzip" command i unzipped the .zip file.
2. Red hat enterprice linux server release 5.2 (Tikanga)
3. Tried ./jmeter, it just loads empty jmeter frame.  (Before doing this i
just ran chmod -x jmeter jmeter.sh)
4. Output of
     a. echo $JAVA_HOME gives /root/software/jdk1.5.0_17
     b. echo $PATH has /root/software/jdk1.5.0_17/bin
    then why the Jmeter is using different Java version? How to solve this
issue?

~Barath


sebb-2-2 wrote:
> 
> On 11/03/2009, Barath <barathguna@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>  Hi,
>>
>>  I tried to run the Jmeter version - 2.3.2 in my linux system with the
> 
> Which OS version?
> 
> Did you download the zip or the tgz archive?
> 
>>  command,
>>   1 . "jmeter" got "Command not found" error and so i tried
> 
> Was . on the PATH? Clearly not, given what you write below.
> 
> Did you try ./jmeter ?
> 
> Might need to do 'chmod +x jmeter'.
> 
>>   2 . "sh jmeter.sh" it just opens the jmeter frame without any
>>  menu(attachment  http://www.nabble.com/file/p22455101/jmeter.log
>> jmeter.log
>>  )
> 
> Looks like the JVM is not compatible.
> 
> Try a different Java.
> 
>> . After few minutes, in command prompt i am getting the following error
>> in
>>  repeated intervals,
>>  "GC Warning: Repeated allocation of very large block (appr. size
>> 8048640):
>>      May lead to memory leak and poor performance."
>>
>>  I then added "." in PATH and tried to run "jmeter" command now i am
>> getting
>>  error 2 (mentioned above)
> 
> That's not a JMeter issue ...
> 
>>  Since the jmeter.log shows some GUI error, i tried to run jmeter in non
>> GUI
>>  mode.
>>   3. Command - "jmeter -n -t /root/software/jmeterresponse/test.jmx -l
>>  /root/software/jmeterresponse/result.txt" now i am getting "permission
>>  denied" error message but i logged in as ROOT.
>>   4. Command - "sh jmeter.sh -n -t /root/software/jmeterresponse/test.jmx
>> -l
>>  /root/software/jmeterresponse/result.txt" now i am getting Error in
>>  NonGUIDriver java.lang.NullPointerException
>>
>>  Note :
>>  Jboss server is running the linux machine where i tried to run jmeter.
>>  JAVA_HOME is also set to jdk 1.5.
> 
> However JMeter is running Java 1.4 - have a look at the log file.
> 
>>  Output of "ls -l" command in the jmeter/bin shows
>>  "-rw-r--r-- l root root 3976 Jun 10 2008 jmeter" and so on for other
>> files.
> 
> In that case you need "chmod +x jmeter jmeter.sh"
> 
>>  Please help me to starting the jmeter in GUI or non GUI mode.
>>
>>  ~Barath
>>
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