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From 黄吉浩 <13651877...@163.com>
Subject Re: showing result of stable test
Date Fri, 11 Oct 2013 06:59:03 GMT
well, thank u
I got JMeterPlugins-Standard-1.1.1.zip, from http://jmeter-plugins.org/downloads/all/, and
then use component 'jp@gc - Response Times Over Time', it's better than the built-in component
'Response Time Graph'.
to set 'Group timeline values for 1*60*60*1000 ms', I will get a value per hour.

At 2013-10-11 05:52:52,"Shmuel Krakower" <shmulikk@gmail.com> wrote:
>Not sure if I got you correctly but i use jmeter plugins over time graphs.
>If I get spikes of any kind I see something is not right with stability and
>I drill down to figure out what happened during the spike.
>On Oct 10, 2013 10:20 AM, "Sergio Boso" <sergio@bosoconsulting.it> wrote:
>
>> Il 10/10/2013 04.27, 黄吉浩 ha scritto:
>>
>>> hi,
>>> I thinked of a question about how to show the result of a stable test
>>> using jmeter.
>>> i.e. I plan a test that will run for 24 hours. the purpose is to see if
>>> the system of being tested can serve with the same service level during a
>>> long time.
>>> so, I want to do statistic and get some value(i.e., TPS) of each hour,
>>> then link the points of 24 values to a line in a diagram to clearly show
>>> the user that if the system is serving stablely during the test.
>>> Can I do this in Jmeter? I don't know, because I don't know if Jmeter
>>> stores the time when capturing measurements data. If jmeter doesn't know
>>> when it gets the measurement data, obviuosly it can't do statitics
>>> according to time slice (i.e. an hour).
>>>
>> Hi you can easily configure Jmeter to save each sampler into a .jtl file.
>> This can be done on GUI (configure a listener) or via command line
>> (recommended for high volume tests) with -l option.
>> Then it is also easy to get totals on the whole test, using Summary
>> Listener and Aggregate listener.
>> Calculating statistics by hour can be a little bit tricky, you have to
>> work a little bit with Excel or whatever.
>>
>> regards
>>
>>
>>
>> --
>>
>> Ing. Sergio Boso
>>
>>
>>
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