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From Deepak Goel <>
Subject Re: Using Jmeter simulate users based on trace file or following some distribution function
Date Fri, 03 Aug 2012 13:36:04 GMT

You can use web log analyzing products like Webanalyzer, Webmetrics
for analyzing traffic and then feed in Jmeter


On 8/3/12, sebb <> wrote:
> On 31 July 2012 21:08, lichen970 <> wrote:
>> Hi, friends,
>> I am just new to Jmeter. We want to generate requests either from a trace
>> files, or based on some distributions/patterns.Things I am considering
>> but
>> not sure is, to write scripts to invoke Jmeter in non-gui mode and
>> aggregate
>> the results. But I do not think this approach is efficient.
> Why would it not be efficient?
>> Actually, we use Jmeter not for testing, but for simulation. We need the
>> traffic to feed our server to testing some kind of energy optimization
>> policy. Specifically, we need to (1). simulate a group of users, but each
>> of
>> them has a different request frequency; (2) the total requests in the
>> system-scope should follow certain pattern, say normal distribution( or,
>> follow a trace file). The two may not necessarily be achieved in same
>> test
>> run.
>> Any ideas or suggestions?
> You don't say what the trace files contain, nor what server type you
> are testing.
> JMeter supports lots of different protocols.
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