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From Shmuel Krakower <shmul...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Distributed Load Test - Save Responses to File Location
Date Mon, 03 Sep 2012 06:27:46 GMT
Remove the listeners or disable them and instead use the -J command line
parameter.
Google for "jmeter command line" for more info.

Shmuel.
בתאריך 2012 9 2 22:53, מאת "Rob King" <x94qvi@gmail.com>:

> I am using jmeter 2.7.  I'm performing distributed non-GUI load-testing
> with 7 Windows 7 x64 PCs.
>
> The jmeter load test has "Save Reponses to File" in it, but it doesn't
> appear to work.
> After running the test, I do not see any response files anywhere - i.e.
> neither on jmeter-server PCs, nor on the "master" PC.
>
> Below is how I have the "Save Reponses to File" set up in the load test
> itself:
>
> Test Plan
> +Thread Group
> -+Save Responses to File
> -+HTTP Request Sampler
> -+etc
>
> And here's the configuration of "Save Responses to File":
>
> - Filename Prefix: c:\jmeterlocal\Moodle\VSendEmail\Responses
> - Variable Name: FILENAME
> - I have also added a checkmark to "Save Failed Responses Only"  (every
> load test I run does result in failures, so I'm expecting some files to be
> generated)
>
> And here's my jmeter run command: (not real IP addresses)
>
> jmeter -n -t
>
> C:\shared\LoadTesting\Moodle\Projects\AttemptQuiz\JMeterTestPlans\AttemptQuiz.jmx
> -R
>
> 88.88.88.0,88.88.88.1,88.88.88.2,88.88.88.3,88.88.88.4,88.88.88.5,88.88.88.6
> -l C:\jmeterlocal\Moodle\AttemptQuiz\Results\Result-0171-AttemptQuiz.jtl
>
> Where are my load test response files?
> Should I *not* be expecting response files to be generated since this is a
> distributed load test?
>
> Any advice or help would be appreciated.
>

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