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From rajivkumarnandvani <rajivkumarnandv...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Constant Throughput Timer confusion
Date Tue, 15 Feb 2011 16:40:45 GMT

Thanks. but it did not make clear. Can you define the expected constant
throughput time for my data which is i calculated marked in RED
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 Tue, Feb 15, 2011 at 8:09 PM, zillakilla [via JMeter] <
ml-node+3386031-1849178308-146346@n5.nabble.com> wrote:

> I use this formulae:
> Constant throughput timer = number of threads * 60 (this equals 1 request
> per second per thread)
>
> Using this formulae I 'estimate' an average user would make a selection
> every 10 seconds.... so..... 1 thread = (1 request per second) = (1 thread =
> 10 concurrent users) (all approximate estimations)
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