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From "JIM B." <jz...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Questions on Capacity and Limitations of JMeter
Date Wed, 10 Mar 2010 03:23:24 GMT


I forgot that all the HTTP should be HTTPS. But I think JMeter can handle
SSL.



JIM B. wrote:
> 
> I'm new to JMeter and in the process to select a load testing tool.
> 
> I got a requirement to load test a website running in a cluster of two
> Window 2008 servers. 
> The website was built upon Microsoft technologies. 
> 
> The load test tool must be able to generate 1,000 concurrent users. Can
> JMeter do it? 
> 
> Can a good laptop submit 1,000 HTTP requests in a short period (< 1
> minute) using JMeter? What is the max HTTP requests can be submitted
> within one second with JMeter?
> 
> Is there any limitations on concurrent HTTP sessions on JMeter?
> 
> Can we test long lasting HTTP session with multiple request/response
> (e.g., Login, AddToShopingCart, CheckOut, SubmitPayment, Confirmation,
> ...) with JMeter automatically? 
> What if Javascript and AJAX are used to process session data?
> 
> Is there any bottleneck due to the client computer where JMeter is
> running?
> 
> Can we use multiple laptops at different locations (different IPs) to
> concurrently load test
> the same website with JMeter?
> 
> Any suggestions on client computers? 
> 
> Anything that commercial load test tools  (e.g., LoadRunner) can do, but
> JMeter?
> 

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