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From Prostak <strod...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Test plan for (970 page requests every 5 min)
Date Mon, 20 Sep 2010 19:19:44 GMT

>No Im saying in the specific case that you really need accurate response
>times and the architecture is like yours , you might need to do this.
>Again there are so many factors that influence a page load time as a
browser
>sees that it is not usually worth doing any  exhaustive testing for this.

So the bottom line is that in order to calculate a page loading time using
JMeter, a tester needs to find out the proportion using different set ups
and then use that proportion to interpret the test data. Correct?

>(And page load time is just one part of a family of load testing) 

What else would you suggest to test on a static pages (no dynamically
generated stuff)?

>In some of your original screens the times for the same static file varied
>from a few ms to a few seconds. Thats not uniformly slow. If your Server
was
>loaded , then it should be simple to find this out using perfmon 

If response time for all resources increase with the same proportion, it is
uniformly. 

>Yes but you get a java stack trace that may have some more information or
>lets you look into JMeter source and see what it was trying to do. 

What is a JMeter source? Is it another log file?
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