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From sebb <>
Subject Re: Jmeter Performance using, jmeter-server VS running in the local instance
Date Tue, 20 Sep 2011 16:57:42 GMT
On 20 September 2011 17:19, kootsoop <> wrote:
> For the record:
> I am seeing similar problems  with JMeter as Eric came across.
> Running in the GUI, I get ~1400 requests per second; running the same test
> plan in the server mode, I only get about 400 requests per second.
> The system under test is the same; the server machine is the same instance
> size as the GUI machine; I get the same results whether I control the remote
> server machines from the GUI or from the command line.

Remember that the server is controlled from the client, also all
responses are sent back to the client.

So if the client system is slow, or the network connection to the
server is slow, then this can affect the server system throughput.

Having said that, a better comparison would be to run the same test
non-GUI on the server, and then run it client-server with non-GUI
That will show you if the client-server connection overhead is too much.

The JMeter docs explain how to configure the server sample sending
mode; you might find that statistical mode works for you.

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