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You can use Apache JMeter to measure Sybase queries performance following next steps: Download JTDS JDBC driver and drop it into /lib folder of your JMeter installation Add a JDBC Connection Configuration test element to your test plan and provide JDBC URL, driver class and credentials Add one or more JDBC Request Samplers and put your queries in there Add ...


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So before you start going down the route of tools, I would ask yourself how often will you need to do this. If once or twice your best tool is a good stop watch and a spreadsheet. Then ask if you want to do some perf testing directly against the DB and looks for tools that will help with that. If you have to end up testing all the way via the UI you are ...


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Try vdbench, it is very flexible and powerful. There are many other file system load generators each with its own ups and downs and with different features, try googling for them.


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Socket.IO uses WebSocket protocol so you need to look for a load testing tool capable of WebSocket testing. As far as I'm aware there is a WebSocket Plugin for Apache JMeter which can be used to stress your chat application. See WebSocket Testing With Apache JMeter guide for more details.


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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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