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From Rajiv Nanduani <rajivkumarnandv...@gmail.com>
Subject Constant Throughput Timer confusion
Date Fri, 14 Jan 2011 02:47:33 GMT
Thanks for the input,Again i tried the same as mentioned by you for 30
minutes  but still the same thing is happening. I am not sure is the result
is coming wrong or correct. Please let me know Ideal Throughput should be as
per Constant throughput timer (samples/DurationToRun(Sec)) is expecting by
me is correct or not.

     Threads Loops DurationToRun(Sec)
ConstantThroughPutTimer(Samples/minute) Samples
Throughput(Request/second) Ideal
Throughput should be as per Constant throughput timer
(samples/DurationToRun(Sec)) 50 1000 1800 sec - 9459 13.7/sec   50 1000 1800
sec - 12448 17.9/sec   50 1000 1800 sec 822 12046 18.4/sec 13.7/sec 50
1000 1800
sec 822 12020 17.1/sec 13.7/sec 50 1000 1800 sec 411 12111 17.9/sec 6.85/sec
50 1000 1800 sec 411 12219 19.1/sec 6.85/sec







 On Wed, Jan 12, 2011 at 9:28 PM, sebb-2-2 [via JMeter] <
ml-node+3338389-2071182540-146346@n5.nabble.com<ml-node%2B3338389-2071182540-146346@n5.nabble.com>
> wrote:

>  On 12 January 2011 12:42, rajivkumarnandvani
>   <[hidden email] <http://user/SendEmail.jtp?type=node&node=3338389&i=0>>
> wrote:
>
> >
> > Hi All,
> >
> > I have done some analysis with Constant through put timer but it did not
> > work as per definition/my expectation:
> > Please see the below chart & let me knowIf it is fine Or Not.
> > Threads Loops   DurationToRun(Sec)
>  ConstantThroughPutTimer(Samples/minute)
> > Samples Throughput(Request/second)      Ideal Throughput should be as per
>
> > Constant throughput timer (samples/DurationToRun(Sec))
> > 50      1       60 sec  -       50      4.0/sec -
> > 50      1       60 sec  240     50      4.4/sec 4.0/sec
> > 50      1       60 sec  120     50      4.0/sec 2.0/sec
> > 100     1       60 sec  -       100     3.8/sec
> > 100     1       60 sec  228     100     3.9/sec 3.8/sec
> > 100     1       60 sec  114     100     3.8/sec 2.4/sec
>
> There's only a single loop, so it's impossible for the timer to adjust
> the throughput.
>
> You need to ensure that the test runs for long enough to allow steady
> state to be reached - several minutes as a minimum.
>
> 30 mins is more realistic for a meaningful test.
>
> >
> >
> http://jmeter.512774.n5.nabble.com/file/n3338043/ThroughPutTimerAnalyisis.xls<http://jmeter.512774.n5.nabble.com/file/n3338043/ThroughPutTimerAnalyisis.xls?by-user=t>
>
> > ThroughPutTimerAnalyisis.xls
> >
> > Constant throughput timer is not working as ecpected.
> >
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<http://learnqtphelp.blogspot.com/>

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