1. How the Avg is calculated 100?
it is the average of all the samplers(10,97,28,87,278)
2.What is AVG, Median, 90% line, Throughput and KB/Sec and how are they
calculated?
AVG : the average response time for the sampler
Median :Median is a number which divides the samples into two equal halves.
Half of the samples are smaller than the median, and half are larger. This
is a standard statistical measure. The Median is the same as the 50 th
Percentile
90%le :(90 th Percentile) is the value below which 90% of the samples fall.
a simple and plain example take values from 1 to 100.
sort them in asc order.
the value representing in the cell no 90 is 90%le value.....i.e it is used
to findout atleast 90% of my entire test run is good or not?
Throughput:Throughput is calculated as requests/unit of time. The time is
calculated from the start of the first sample to the end of the last sample.
This includes any intervals between samples, as it is supposed to represent
the load on the server.
The formula is: Throughput = (number of requests) / (total time).
3. In Graph result Listener for same test, Why Throughput is mentioned as
316.522/minute???
316.522/minute=316.522/60 is in secs=5.28
4. And what is Latest Sample in Graph Result???
please be more clear....
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Venkat Akurathi
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