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From Niraj <niraj.khatm...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: How to check jmeter server state?
Date Thu, 27 Dec 2012 13:08:05 GMT
When you start the test in Distributed mode, You will get a message on
terminal saying "Starting the test on Host 10.0.0.0"  and after test
is finished you will see message "Finished the test on Host 10.0.0.0"

Also you will get message for "Out of memory exception"


On Thu, Dec 27, 2012 at 6:34 PM, tedam <tedam@mail.ru> wrote:

> We use some jmeter servers (on centos).
> How to check what is server doing now:
> -executing some scenario
> -free, ready to execute another scenario
> -failed, not responding
> We need it to avoid run of scenario whan server is executing another
> scenario, not to crash current execution. And if some problems occured, is
> server operable.
> Some tool (on python) can check anything on jmeter host, but which file
> contains needed information? may be jmeter has some API for that?
>
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