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From Flavio Cysne <flaviocy...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Ramp up time distribution in JMeter
Date Wed, 16 Jul 2014 19:50:06 GMT
In JMeter, Ramp-up is the period, in seconds, that a specified number of
threads will have been started.

If you want to have 90 threads started wthin 30 minutes, for a total test
time of 30 minutes, then you'll have to go for something like this:

90 / 30 * 60 = 90 / 1800 = 1 / 20, so 1 thread at each 20 seconds interval.
At this rate you'll achieve 200 threads in 4000 seconds (66 minutes and 40
seconds).

Be aware that if your script has many requests, threads you'll be
considered actives until the execution of the last request.

Just to mention, the definitions of requests per minute and active threads
per minute are different.

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