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From Deepak Shetty <shet...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Do we have option to keep Steady state period in Jmeter tool
Date Wed, 08 Jun 2011 00:46:59 GMT
Hi
I believe this was more featured
http://code.google.com/p/jmeter-plugins/wiki/ThroughputShapingTimer

But I havent used it.
The approach i would normally use is to simply run as many threads as I need
to generate the approximate load I want (however if your server starts
responding slower, this load will fall). im assuming you are trying to
generate some sort of background load.

regards
deepak

On Tue, Jun 7, 2011 at 5:42 PM, Nalini <nalini.ravikumar@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Deepak
>
> Thanks for your reply. Yes, you are correct that
> " Jmeter hits the site as fast as it can by default , for the duration or
> loops thats you specify in the ThreadGroup."
>
> When we use : Constant throughput timer, the below action is performed.
>
>  I see that jmeter stops for few minutes when it reaches the Target
> Throughput value(Which we have specified in the timer) and once again it
> executes the testplan  with the lower throughput value after couple of
> minutes.
>
> But my question is: how do i do load test for 1 hour after all the users
> have been ramped up? The actual reaction happening inside the Jmeter is,
> it's just hitting the server and stops in few minutes. The actual scenario
> i
> needed is:
>
> 1) All the users should have ramped up
> 2) And then it should come to a steady state of 1 hour(Because in actual
> case, in ramp up period always the response time of the page will be high
> when compared to steady state. Also even the environment will not be stable
> in ramp up period)
> 3) After 1 hour, automatically the users should ramp down( for eg: 4 users
> ramping down in 1 sec kind of scenario)
>
> We can do the above scenario with Load runner, do we have a possibility of
> creating such scenario with Jmeter.
>
> Once again thanks for your time and attention.
>
> With Regards
> Nalini
>
>
>
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