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First of all, it is not a good idea to include external resources into your load test. You need to performance test your server, not code.jquery.com (unless you need to test code.jquery.com itself) I would suggest to filter everything external like scripts, banners, etc. as it doesn't make any sense due to not having control of external resources ...


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Try using a network analyser / packet sniffer such as Fiddler to get a trace of a browser's normal http/https requests, and compare with what JMeter has been recording?


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Your I just need them to execute each HTTP request once. stanza conflicts with the scenario described as the thread, representing a virtual user will be shut down when there is nothing more to do and there are no requests/loops defined. In regards to having separate test plans: there is no need to have different test plans as you can have different thread ...


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It depends on what do you mean by stay logged. To simulate 1000+ unique virtual users you need to provide separate username/password combination. It's likely that you will also need a HTTP Cookie Manager to represent user cookie. In regards to Ultimate Thread Group, the Hold load bit means that test threads will be looping over for specified amount of ...


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Agree with Andy here and think you need to take great care ensuring that the test reflects what may actually happen. First I'd look at session timeout and memory release. Ensure that your first batch of users remain active preferably doing something useful say every 30 seconds. This will ensure no session timeouts and also give you some measurable ...


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Typically on a Web application an idle user will consume almost no server resources. The constraint will be the amount of memory or database space used to store the users session. If the server can therefore support 2000 users you shouldn't have any problem. That said a more real concern should be the impact on performance of the server due to the extra ...


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Our old friend Citrix. We’ve done quite a few Citrix performance tests over the years. Always technically challenging to script. Youssef if I understand you correctly, I think your problem is that Citrix Receiver doesn't work the way you seem to think it does. It isn't a Web App, in the sense that it is communicating mouse clicks and key strokes in a form ...



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