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From Deepak Goel <>
Subject Re: Simulated users?
Date Tue, 31 Aug 2010 17:24:17 GMT
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Have you set the think time?



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On Tue, Aug 31, 2010 at 10:06 PM, mjwillis <> wrote:

> Hello Everyone,
> I am a new JMeter user and am having difficulty setting up my tests to
> accurately simulate users.  I ran a test with 50 simulated users and it
> completely hammers the server (which didnt seem right to me).  So then I
> tried with one simulated user and it appears to hammering the cache at an
> unrealistic rate.  Almost as if the single simulated user is looping
> through
> the test at an incredible rate that a normal user couldnt do.  Its worth
> noting that the test is being run behind a few XServes as the actual test
> would be 1000 simulated users (once I figure this out).
> You must log into the site using username/password combination.  After
> logging in, your session is stored in a cookie.  I used the cookie manager
> for that piece and recorded my test using JMeters proxy feature.  I didnt
> do
> anything fancy when recording the test, just clicking on different pages
> and
> waiting for them to load.  With that said, here is how I have the test
> setup:
> -Thread (with the # of simulated users set inside it)
> --Cookie Manager
> --Recorded test plan
> -Listener 1
> -Listener 2
> -Listener 3
> Is there a key controller or component I am missing?  Or is this really
> what
> 1 user will do to the website?  Once I figure out how to properly test with
> one user I will try to scale this number up to the 1000 that is needed.
> Thanks for any help you can give!
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