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JMeter: Creating First Load Test

What we want to do
  1. Simulate concurrent users
  2. Simulate requests
  3. Generate reports
  4. Troubleshooting

JMeter GUI
Test Pan Plan is a root element where all test related settings are define.
In Thread Group we can define pool of user to simulate load on the test
Work Bench is for non test helpers
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Common terms in JMeter
  • User           ⇒ Thread
  • Request     ⇒ Sampler
  • Report       ⇒ Listeners

Setting up the load test

1. Simulate concurrent users

  • Add thread > Thread Group
    • Number of Threads - concurrent users =10
    • Ramp-Up Period - seconds until all users are active =1 (eg. if user define 10 Threads and 100 Ramp-Up Period then, it means each thread will start in 100/10=10 seconds time difference)
    • Loop Count - how many repetitions =1
    • Calculating think time

                                     Ramp-up time                 = 120 seconds
                                     Number of users             =  30
                                     Then think time will be  =  ramp up time/number of users
                                                                            = 120/30 = 4 seconds


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    2. Simulate requests

      • Add Sampler > HTTP Request
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    3. Generate reports

    • Add > Listener > Aggregate Graph
    • Add > Listener > View Results Tree

    Running the load test
    • Click on Run > Start or "ctr+r"
    • Click on "Aggregate Graph"
      • Click "Display Graph" for chart

     

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    • Click on "View Results Tree"

     

     

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    • To Re-run the test
      • Click on Run > Clear All or "ctr+e"
      • Click on Run > Start or "ctr+r"

    Troubleshooting
    View Results Tree hold the "Request" and "Response" data for each request so it's a really good place to verify, if test is running correctly or not.
    "Request" Tab shows data sent to web server
    "Response Data" Tab shows server response body
     
     
     

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