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From Shmuel Krakower <>
Subject Re: Synchronizing Timer and Load Tests
Date Tue, 28 Aug 2012 21:27:51 GMT
I havent tried this but it sounds like a bug.
בתאריך 2012 8 28 15:38, מאת "Brian Devaney" <>:

> **
> I am running into a problem with the Synchronizing Timer in a load test
> with large numbers of users.  According to the documentation, if the Number
> of Simulated Users to Group By is set to 0, then the timer will wait for
> the number of thread in the thread group to accumulate before releasing.
> That part is working for me, but the problem I run into is that when I run
> the script and any thread generates an error and stops, the whole test
> comes to a halt because the timer is looking for 100 threads before
> releasing and only 99 are present because of the error.
> Is there any way to set the timer so that it will wait for the total
> number of running threads and then release?  I did not see any values that
> might indicate a running thread count in the debug values displayed in the
> Tree View.  Thank you in advance.
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