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From Deepak Shetty <shet...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Probably Not a Bug
Date Tue, 07 Jan 2020 00:51:43 GMT
Hi
whats the stack trace ?
if you arent using any plugins etc then you might want to file a bug with a
sample that replicates the problem

regards
deepak

On Fri, Jan 3, 2020 at 1:01 PM Alan Tan <ATan@webroot.com> wrote:

> Hello Developers,
>
> I have a question regarding throughput controllers in Jmeter. I've read
> all the documentation I can find as well as Stackoverflow and I can't seem
> to find anyone with my issue, which leads me to believe I must be doing
> something wrong. For the past few projects I've noticed that the throughput
> controller will cause a "uncaught exception: Stackoverflow" error in
> Jmeter. It's a bit inconsistent to produce but it happens often enough with
> my project that I'm concerned. I've also checked the jmeter log and
> "StackOverflowError: null" is as specific as it gets.
>
> I have the throughput controller set to limit total samples executed for a
> thread group. For example, I only want 100K total samples for each thread
> group and I have 8 thread groups. In each thread group is a very simple
> post request with variables read from CSV file, and only contain two
> assertions to make sure it's a valid post request (OK stsmsg and 200 code).
> I at first believed that this issue popped up from the throughput
> controller suddenly killing all threads after it reaches the quota, I try
> verifying this with 3 users and a throughput of 5 requests total. And I had
> a similar "stackoverflowerror" as mentioned previously.
>
> I'd appreciate some clarity on what could be causing this uncaught
> exception.
>

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