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If you're looking for a free performance testing solution capable of simulating 10 000 users the options are in: Grinder Tsung Apache JMeter Tsung is known for better support of multithreading so you'll need to have less machines to produce the load, however it is Linux-only and doesn't have a GUI. I believe that Open Source Load Testing Tools: Which ...


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Jmeter is best option for load testing of any web application and database. 1- To simulate 10000 virtual users , if you want to use jmeter then you will have to use cloud system like http://blazemeter.com/. Because for this type of high load testing cloud system is only capable. 2 - About another tool , You are right those are very expensive. So I ...


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You can get a free trial of our tool called StresStimulus, which includes unlimited number of virtual users and unlimited number of agent machines. StresStimulus is more lightweight than VS Ultimate and can emulate about 40% more users on the same hardware. Re: pricing, StresStimulus' weekly or a monthly licenses are substantially less costly than VS.


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My favorite Jmeter report is generated by downloading this project , running the included runTestsWithGradle.bat script, and then looking at the HTML report in the folder at: ./build/jmeter-report/ . Also, this report can be sent as an email.


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It really depends on what queries you are executing to create those users. If the queries are creating the same user all 5 times, using 5 threads, then the threads could over-run each other. I think as long as you are careful to track which thread is doing what, you shouldn't have a problem.


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I believe that you need to construct your request a little bit differently. For SOAP-based web services you need to send XML For RESTful web services you need to send JSON Appropriate Content-Type header needs to be provided via HTTP Header Manager - application/soap+xml - for SOAP - application/json - for REST See Testing SOAP/REST Web Services ...


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Disclaimer: First, I am affiliated with the tool suggested below. Because we did not like the tools options 10 years ago, when we started our business (too expensive or too little features or just difficult to use), we wrote our own tool. Later, we started to offer it as product as well, after customers ask for an option to purchase it. It is Java based ...


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This is a very strong "yes". You might want to limit yourself a little in the overall validation, but checking response codes only is a strong fail in my opinion. Additionally just checking the result by checking a single phrase or word is not enough. Update: This response answers the topic question: "Should load test validate functionality?" and does not ...


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The load test should reflect the kind of traffic you expect to see in production. If that means a lack of button presses when a page is in a certain state, that's what you should do. The fact that the server allows workflows that the client prevents is good to know, but apparently your customer believes most traffic will come from users who use the ...


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Make sure that you have HTTP Cookie Manager enabled Make sure that you properly handle any dynamic mandatory parameters like "VIEWSTATE", "SESSIONID", etc. Record the same sequence several times and look for any request parameters which are different. If they are, you'll need to correlate them by extracting dynamic bits from previous response via Regular ...


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Please follow below steps to achieve your testing goal : 1 - Create thread group with following option : No. of threads : 100 Ramp up period : 300 Seconds [5 Minutes] loop count : 0 [ZERO] 2 - Add listeners [To see result of load] , 1 - View result tree , 2 - Summary report. 3 - Record your test using : HTTP(S) Test Script Recorder - Perform all ...


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I believe that JMeter Load Test needs to look as close to reality as possible. Particular in your case: Real browsers of real users download all embedded resources like images, scripts, styles, etc. Real browsers of real users do it only once, on the next request(s) those resources are returned from the browser cache. To simulate this behavior (and ...


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Think about the purpose of your tests. Are you looking at a small number of users using the system, perhaps just one user, each from the same computer? Are you looking at many users from many computers using the system? For the former once the cache is loaded few JS and CSS etc files will be requested from the server. For the latter, each simulated user will ...



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