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From apc <...@apc.kg>
Subject Re: Measure HTTP Sampler upload speeds
Date Wed, 08 Feb 2012 09:20:28 GMT
If you measure your upload speed in terms of time spent then JMeter is OK.
Just upload file and measure full response time of the process. The lower
response time the better you perform.

Jmeter has no response time breakdown into send and receive stages, just
separate latency. But if you have all other stages taking less time than
upload, then you may assume that they are zero.

If you still want to have upload time measured - then I can help you getting
TCPClient class that measure this metric.

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