As per HttpHostConnectException documentation
A ConnectException that specifies the HttpHost that was being connected to.
In its turn ConnectException documentation states that:
Signals that an error occurred while attempting to connect a socket to a remote address and port. Typically, the connection was refused remotely (e.g., no process is ...
Try to debug the issue with the below points
When you are getting Non HTTP response code: org.apache.http.conn.HttpHostConnectException error, whether the application can be accessed manually multiple times successfully.
Whether your server has enough free resources available in Server side to process the requests.
Whether your Load Generators are running ...
Don't share credentials on public websites, it is not safe
In order to perform login:
Add HTTP Request sampler and configure it as follows:
Add HTTP Header Manager as a child of the HTTP Request sampler and configure it like:
You can double check that the request is successful (or not) using View Results Tree listener
Going forward instead of creating a ...
As per JMeter project main page:
Web application testing services always include Load test and Stress test to check the website performance.
Load testing is performed to recognize the upper limit of the system
Stress testing is performed to check how the system responds under extreme load i.e beyond the limit
Example of Stress testing would be testing a website with a sudden high number ...
Load Testing : It is performed when the server can handle the certain load for a specific period of time.
Stress Testing : It is performed when we are trying to give more than the desired load to the server and check on how the server behaves.
Load Testing - is putting your system under anticipated load, for example if you expect 1000 users concurrently accessing your system - "Load Testing" would be simulating this 1000 users and verifying that there are no errors, response time is acceptable, etc.
Stress Testing - is basically the process of identifying your system boundaries, to wit even if you ...
Not surprisingly, there are so many different types of Tests which overlap so I think they do overlap and depends how your team/company define them.
However, Load test is used to evaluate how the service is behaving under heavy load while Stress test is done to find out what is the upper limit of the system via extereme loads.
Let me give you an ...
Stress testing investigates the product under high levels of usage intensity, e.g.: Multiple users.
Load testing investigates the product under high level of resources usages, e.g.: Low memory or disk space available, with regular configurations of the product and usage.
These are only heuristics - most implementations can be interpreted as either or both.
Don't have enough reputation to comment, but you could try to investigate by displaying the HTML of the response to see what you get. You can find this feature in the View Results tree component
Also, sometimes there are tokens or other variables that are shared or incremented between your pages. In such case, you have to store them in a variable and give ...
I was having same requirement:
I achieved this by following way:
Copy multiple instances of Jmeter.
Edit jmeter.bat and set heap to 2GB (you can set whatever you required.)
server_port = 1001
SET SERVER_PORT = 1001(if you are using windows)
remote_hosts=localhost:1001,localhost:1002 ...(number of ...