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Lets say you have selected hold load for 60 seconds. And your test scenario is 30 users trying to log in. Then all these users will try to login for as many times as possible for the time span of 60 seconds. To verify this look in to the result tree and calculate how many login attempts happened during that period.


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Solution is here : http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6964358/jmeter-testcases-which-can-handle-captcha Or you can disable captcha from code before test.


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In jmeter you can set any listener as per your need , check below please : http://jmeter.apache.org/usermanual/component_reference.html#listeners Best listeners are : Aggregate Report Aggregate Graph Distribution Graph Summary Report


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Hold load means its duration of your running test if we say in simple language. Suppose if you specify 30 user and hold load = 60 seconds then your test will run continue till 60 seconds and it will stop automatically after 60 seconds.


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When run jmeter plan using non-gui mode , By default JMeter does not save summary results to file. Either you have to save as JTL and view it in the summary listeners later or run with the summary listeners. Please read - http://developer.amd.com/community/blog/using-apache-jmeter-in-non-gui-mode/


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Please take 2 thread group for 2 request sampler. Set for both 50 - 50 user. Also if you want to do some real load testing then set Ramp-up period at least 5 to 15 minutes.


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If you want to execute the same sampler simultaneously for a few users you have to put sampler into Synchronizing Timer


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I vouch for dstat. Simply start it before running the test, it can save results in csv file so you can later xanalyze it with jmeter results.


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If your server application turns on JAVA you can use jconsole or jvisualvm to monitor it. They are located in your $JAVA_HOME/bin from your server. Before to launch them you need to export your X11 display: export DISPLAY=11.11.111.111:0.0 (Replace 111 by the IP of your client machine) On your server side launch jconsole or jvisualvm, it will be opened on ...


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If your application server is Tomcat or JBoss you can query this information via Monitor Results listener In other case it is still possible via PerfMon JMeter Plugin which can collect different server side metrics like CPU, Memory, swap, disk and network IO on almost all platforms. Blazemeter supports all the plugins assuming that you upload associated ...



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