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From Felix Frank ...@mpexnet.de>
Subject Re: Saving a recorded script for future use.
Date Mon, 18 Jul 2011 08:28:36 GMT
The proper strategy would (probably) be:

1. Create the Test Plan that retrieves the credentials
(username/password) from a local (CSV) file
2. Deploy Jmeter and proper (CSV) data files to the load inducing
machines (a couple thousand desktops? Doesn't sound easy).
3. Run Jmeter on all load inducers in the Jmeter Server mode.

Then you can run the test at will (in theory) using a dedicated Jmeter
Client. Note that with thousands of Servers, you will very likely cause
link congestion between the Servers and the Client.

In practice, you may get better results by using a pre-made Jmeter In
The Cloud solution and deploying a couple hundred (if so many) cloud
instances to do the work for you.

HTH,
Felix

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