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From Steve Eckhart <>
Subject RE: Remote Start All and Total Threads
Date Tue, 03 Aug 2010 20:57:09 GMT

1. In general, the master will not run load tests when "Remote Start All" is run.  It might
if you include the master's IP address in the configuration file; I never tried it, but as
you say, it is best not to run on the master.

2. There will be 50 threads running on each slave for a total of 100 threads.

I hope this helps.

Steve Eckhart
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-----Original Message-----
From: Yasir Shoaib [] 
Sent: Tuesday, August 03, 2010 3:44 PM
Subject: Remote Start All and Total Threads


1. Does the master also run load tests when "Remote Start All" is run ?

>From my understanding it is better to have Jmeter run tests only on the
slave machines and have master present just for administering test and
monitoring results.
Is it a common practice to have no tests run on the master?

2. If the number of threads are set to 50 for remote tests and if there are
two slaves then are there 100 or 50 threads executing in total?


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