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Distributed testing in Jmeter

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You have reached the limit of one machine while doing your load testing and now want to distribute your load from different machines. In Jmeter it is commonly called as distributed load testing or remote testing. Distributed testing or remote testing have 3 parts: JMeter Master, JMeter Slaves and Target. Following figure explains the relationship […]

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Results Visualization using xsl stylesheet in JMeter

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Using xsl stylesheet in JMeter with .jtl files Jmeter provide several .xsl files to visualize the result in human readable format outside JMeter tool. These are located in %APACHE_JMETER_HOME/extras folder jmeter-results-detail-report.xsl jmeter-results-detail-report_21.xsl jmeter-results-report.xsl jmeter-results-report_21.xsl 1. Open the Jtl file in wordpad or any other text editor and inser the following line: <?xml-stylesheet type=”text/xsl” href=”<Path of […]

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Load Testing using The Grinder

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Introduction The Grinder is an open source load testing tool. The Grinder uses Jython scripts and the scripts are executed using agents which can be distributed over the network. Property file is used to define tests and load. The Grinder framework comprises three types of process or programs; Worker Process: Interpret Jython test scripts and […]

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Jmeter limitations with Monitoring server on load and how to overcome?

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JMeter has option to add monitor test plan to monitor application servers. But it only works with Tomcat 5 status servlet. But any servlet container that supports JMX (Java Management Extension) can port the status servlet to provide the same information. Also if user want want to use the monitor with other servlet or EJB […]