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I am not sure what performance testing means in you context, but there are several GUI testing tools (you can look at Wikipedias' List of GUI testing tools) that might be used for your purposes. If your application has an API that allows accessing functionality BELOW the GUI than you can use a generic automation framework or even plain programming language ...


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When you test performance of a web application, the important aspect is the server side. You can also improve performance on the client side with tools like pageSpeed or Yslow. When you ask for performance testing tools for windows applications, I think you should see which protocol the application uses to communicate with the server, and look for a ...


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For point 6 of the question: Load test results are stored in a data base. They can be accessed as follows. Open any ".loadtest" file. From the load test editor's command icons click on Open and manage results. The command is also available in the context menu of the load test. The top text field specifies the database to use. The default value should be ...


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Yes, it is possible with JMeter without opening browser. You can pass the URL as a parameter using the CSV file. For this you need to use 'CSV Data Set Config'. After passing the URL from the CSV file, you can fill all the fields required for creating a team from the CSV too, this way you will have different data for different teams.


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In addition to the mentioned solution. I can tell you that such issues of opening, accessing files occurs when using Proxy server recording option using JMeter, especially when one is trying it on HTTPS. For such things I have always used BadBoy for recording and creating JMeter script. Download its free version and Navigate to your application using it, ...


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Perhaps the easiest way to narrow down the problem is to divide the JMeter work between two machines. Install JMeter on a second machine and run both at the same time, but have each JMeter instance simulate half as many users. If that fails, the problem is probably on the server side; or if it succeeds, the problem is on the JMeter side. If the problem ...


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It does. So do Network and Disk IO. If any of them exceeds threshold of 70-80% of maximum available capacity - it may have negative impact on your load test results. You should monitor load generator(s) health just like system under test health to make sure that things go as expected. Make sure that you following recommendations from JMeter Performance ...


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As per the issue mentioned by you, it looks like problem described by JMeterSocketClosed . You should refer this link. Now for the second part: Does my CPU and RAM configuration affect my JMeter Performance test results and about the Heapsize. Yes, it impacts. Your system configuration too affects your JMeter script and its performance, as ...


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A little amendment to Dhiman's answer: Don't use View Results Tree and/or View Results in Table listeners for anything but tests development or debugging as they are very resource intensive. Don't use JMeter GUI for actual load test, use GUI only for tests development and troubleshooting as again GUI thread consumes a lot of resources and can ruin your ...


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If you have any SLA defined from the client side, then you should compare the Response Time to that SLA like your client says application should have 5 secs of Response time with 500 users, then if your application is not showing that behavior then you need performance tuning. If you don't have any SLA then you can use the general theory, that any response ...


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You need to use the Tree listener and/or Table Listener in JMeter, Sampler result tab of Tree listener provided the value of both "Latency Time" and "Load Time" (this image has been taken from google and just for reference, Tree listeners looks exactly same) This lisnter will provide the result of individual samples, i.e. you have to select the sample ...


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Not knowing use case of your application is quite hard to tell exact ramp-up value, in my view virtual users arrival rate should be something like 25-50 users per second. In regards to JMeter side of things performance, first of all: Run your test in command-line non-GUI mode Disable all the Listeners (if any) Depending on your operating system, locate ...


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See 13000 threads is a huge amount, which can cause your machine to get hang and other issues like "Memory Out of Index", High CPU usage etc. and that depends upon your script too i.e. How many requests are there in your script? -- Generally REST requests are not that heavy and I am considering that you have only 1 REST request in your script. How many ...


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Alternatively, record the test without using Proxy. SmartMeter Recorder uses Chrome plugin for test recording thus avoiding any difficulties with setting up the proxy server.



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