You need to clarify "high-speed processing" in its requirement. This kind of descriptive requirements is what we should avoid when drafting requirements. Talk to your developers or business analysts, ask them "how fast is high-speed?" and "How reliably is reliable".
I found it a bit hard to believe that your server only accepts 5 concurrent client connection ...
For particular your image Y axis stands for Swap (page) file usage in bytes depending on chosen metric which could be one of:
You can calculate percentage for swap file as used/total * 100. For other metrics you will need to play the same trick.
See How to Monitor Your Server Health & Performance During a JMeter Load ...
The Java Request sampler is not something you should use to calculate the maximum number of threads you will be able to produce on a given machine as it depends on many factors like:
Number of virtual users (threads) in Thread Group
Number of HTTP Request samplers (you will need these to test your SOAP webservice)
Request and response size
Number of "extra" ...
Use the above site to calculate the bandwidth required for 500 requests. Say u kept 500 concurrent users with usage high , then u need roughly 70mb/s network bandwidth.
If you are interacting with your API using internet ,you can send max of 4mb/s. The remaining packets will get que and you will feel like your ...
JMeter treats the system as a "black box", if you think that one request is consuming more resources than others you can try to run the requests separately.
If for some reason you cannot split the test to run API request independently you can consider using a profiler tool on server side in order to check which request is to blame.
Additionally you can ...
I ran into an issue while using the Microsoft WebDriver (for Edge) where if there was no RDP session, then the tests would fail and throw an exception that Selenium couldn’t get the window handle after opening the browser. Official issue ticket logged here.
Credit goes to Olena F. from the same issue ticket linked above.
RDP into your Grid Node
This depends on many things. Enterprise applications are normally executed within containers (for example application servers) which introduce certain abstraction for the app so that it does not care much of which OS it is running in. However there are still certain OS-specific points which might matter (e.g. file path specification).
Another important ...
Some of Performance metrics to be monitored.
How many users can your website handle concurrently?
How fast will your application respond to the user actions?
How often will users get errors and need to reconnect?
Will your website respond correctly to a stress load?
Will it return to normal operation after peak load times?
What i would suggest is to go ...
You already have something else on port 9000 that isn't sonar when you telnet in , it will need to be stopped before anything else can bind to that port.
use losf to find out which process it is
for more info on lsof see this, its not installed by default on a lot of distros.