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From sebb <seb...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Jmeter sampler timestamps
Date Thu, 25 Feb 2010 11:34:37 GMT
On 25/02/2010, Andre Mud <andre.mud@the-future-group.com> wrote:
>
>  I have the following setup:
>
>  SimpleController
>         HTTPSampler1
>         TestAction (pause 5000)
>                 Synchronization Time (1 user)
>  SimpleController
>         HTTPSampler2
>         TestAction (pause 5000)
>                 Synchronization Time (1 user)
>
>  When I look at the timestamps generated i see something weird:
>
>
>                 Timestamp               Duration
>  Sampler 1       1267092074523   983
>  Sampler 2       1267092080497   695
>
>  With the pause of 5000 ms. I should get 5000 ms between the transactions.
>  However I get (1267092080497-983-1267092074523) = 4991 ms
>  Can someone explain this. Because now I get overlapping transactions. We use
>  another program to do some calculations and this program checks this.
>  So the
>
>  Starttime Sampler1 + Duration + Pause > Starttime Sampler2
>
>  With regards,

Most likely this is due to timer resolution. The time is less than 0.2% off.

>  Andre Mud
>
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