For example, there is a thread group named login.
Now this login thread group has 10 request where all requests are parameterized(One API request dependent on other) and time b/w request is 1 secs(Used constant timer)
My question is what is the required ramp up second for thread group?
According to actual calculation read from various sources.If i give thread count 50 and ramp-up seconds as 50 then the time b/w thread is 1 seconds where 50 users will be created in 50 seconds but if i use this scenario how the time b/w request inside the thread will be handled.To run 10 request at least jmeter need 10 seconds since i have used timer
If my scenario is correct then the actual rampup seconds will be dependent on number of request and time b/w request.
Then the Ramp-up-seconds should by calculated as below
Ramp-up-seconds=product of(No of requests,time b/w requests inside thread,No of thread count)
Please make some review on my scenario and provide a answer. If i work with actual Ramp-up-second calculation API paramaratization doesn't works properly and my jmeter load test script gets failed
Jmeter Test script will be like as below
- Make login: Will perform login and extract the authorization token for further requests
- create User: Will created user and createduserid will be extracted from response
- Fetch User Detail: Will fetch the userdetail for created userid
- Logout: Will perform logout
So this should be happen in sequence
and the time b/w request inside thread is 1 seconds used constant timer