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comment How to determine breaking point of my application when performance testing from jMeter
An example of what Sam described: I tested a Java webapp that used a 30-minute session timeout. Every session consumed heap space. The webapp's capacity was constrained by the heap size; you couldn't create more than 70K sessions in a 30-minute period. That worked out to about 13 new sessions/sec. You could run a test much faster than 13 sessions/sec as long as you stopped before reaching 70K sessions.