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From sebb <>
Subject Re: Stopping jmeter through command line argument.
Date Wed, 02 Aug 2006 13:40:51 GMT
No, there is currently no way to stop non-GUI mode apart from killing it.

However, if you download BeanShell and start a BeanShell server, you
can attach to that and use it to shutdown a thread or the server. Read
the documentation and .bshrc files for details.

On 02/08/06, Nitesh Gangarde, Noida <> wrote:
> Hi
> If I had run the jmeter through command line non gui mode. Then is their
> any command through which I am able to stop it. If I will kill the
> process the log file doesn't get completed. So please help me out with
> this problem.
> Thanks and regards
> Nitesh Gangrade
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