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From Shaba K <>
Subject Re: J Meter fails when thread count is increased.
Date Thu, 01 Mar 2012 11:38:48 GMT
You need to increase the heapsize i guess .

Distributed way of JMeter setup will cater your need .. i don't think
anyone can give you a go saying yeah your tests would work absolutely fine

It depends on the h/w your jmeter is running as well isn't it.


On Thu, Mar 1, 2012 at 10:46 AM, Naresh Kumar

> Hi,
> We are performing load testing on the web services, below is structure of
> our test plan.
> Ø  Thread Group
> Ø  Webservice SOAP Request
> Ø  View Results in Table
> Ø  View Results Tree
> Ø  HTTP Authorization Manager
> We get below error when we try to run 6000 threads in 1 min ramp up time.
> Error Message : java.lang.OutOfMemoryError:unable to create new native
> thread' and the test stops.
> After increasing heap size also we are getting 'ERROR - jmeter.JMeter:
> Uncaught exception:
> Also what is the max threads J meter can support from single machine, we
> have plan to run 54000 threads in 1 hour
> Is there a workaround possible.
> Please help !
> Regard's
> Kumar
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