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Subject Re: Distributed Testing Scenario
Date Wed, 03 Jan 2018 07:14:24 GMT
All JMeter slaves are *independent* and execute the same test plan. If you
define 50 users in the Thread Group and will have 1 slave - you will have 50
users. For 2 slaves it will be 100 users, 3 slaves - 150 users, etc. 

This is highlighted in one of the first  Remote Testing Documentation
<>   chapters:

> Note: The same test plan is run by all the servers. JMeter does not
> distribute the load between servers, each runs the full test plan. So if
> you set 1000 Threads and have 6 JMeter server, you end up injecting 6000
> Threads.

So if you need to mimic 1000 users and have 13 slaves each slave should have
something like *77 users*, amend your  Thread Group
settings accordingly as it appears that you have 13 000 instead.

Check out  JMeter Distributed Testing Step-by-step

and  How to Perform Distributed Testing in JMeter
articles for more information if needed. 

Also be aware that if you need to simulate 1000 users only my expectation is
that it can be done from a single host, just make sure you're following 
JMeter Best Practices
<>  . 

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