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From Deepak Goel <>
Subject Re: How to use Constant Throughput Time over a set of requests?
Date Thu, 18 Oct 2012 13:43:19 GMT

Under the transaction, once, after calculating 'Response Time for Each

Throughput Timer:   Number of Users
                            -------------------         -  (Total
Transaction Time for all three transactions)
                             X req per min

On 10/18/12, Adrian Speteanu <> wrote:
> Hi,
> The scope of the timer is the same, I think, it applies to all sampler from
> it's parent level and to all its children. Make sure that the thread group
> has enough repetitions, then just experiment with it. Over a period of a
> minute, it will make sure (if possible) you make only as many requests as
> you want it too.
> I use it by also creating a lot more threads then I really need. So there
> is always a thread available in order to make the requests configured in
> the CTT (i.e. instead of 200 threads per jmeter instance, I use 6-800). I
> also use other timers with no fear by using this method.
> Cheers,
> --Adrian S
> On Thu, Oct 18, 2012 at 9:08 AM, Tech Newbie <> wrote:
>> I have a thread group that executes a set of requests
>> 1) login
>> 2) do something
>> 3) logout
>> Now I want to introduce the constant throughput timer to execute this
>> entire group, at a rate of X per min.
>> Where should I place my constant throughput timer?  Under the thread
>> group?  Under each request thread?  I don't understand all the choices
>> for
>> the "Base on" field.
>> I need to make sure that all 3 steps get executed entirely and in order.
>> I can't have it executes the threads randomly, ie, executes step 2
>> without
>> step 1 and not follow by step 3.
>> And from the GUI, what is the difference between start and "start no
>> pause"?
>> Thanks in advance.

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