Smith, Mike | 2 Jun 16:35 2004

jmeter won't start

Running on Windows 2000 sp2
JMeter 2.0.1
JDK 1.4.2_04

 
C:\mss\jmeter\jakarta-jmeter-2.0.1_bin\jakarta-jmeter-2.0.1\bin>jmeter

Assertion failed: offset < fFileSize, file
../../../src/share/native/sun/awt/fon

t/fontmanager/fontobjects/fontObject.cpp, line 418

any help would be appreciated!

 
Michael S. Smith

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AW: AW: how to run a logout transaction once

Sorry, I guess the attachment didn't make it through the firewall.

Here is the testplan I had attached. I was using JMeter 1.9.1:
Let me know if this works for you.

Carsten

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<node>
<testelement class="org.apache.jmeter.testelement.TestPlan">
<testelement class="org.apache.jmeter.config.Arguments"
name="TestPlan.user_defined_variables">
<property xml:space="preserve"
propType="org.apache.jmeter.testelement.property.StringProperty"
name="TestElement.gui_class">org.apache.jmeter.config.gui.ArgumentsPanel</pr
operty>
<property xml:space="preserve"
propType="org.apache.jmeter.testelement.property.StringProperty"
name="TestElement.test_class">org.apache.jmeter.config.Arguments</property>
<collection class="java.util.ArrayList"
propType="org.apache.jmeter.testelement.property.CollectionProperty"
name="Arguments.arguments"/>
<property xml:space="preserve"
propType="org.apache.jmeter.testelement.property.StringProperty"
name="TestElement.name">Argument List</property>
<property xml:space="preserve"
propType="org.apache.jmeter.testelement.property.BooleanProperty"
name="TestElement.enabled">true</property>
</testelement>
<property xml:space="preserve"
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Remedy QA | 2 Jun 19:01 2004
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Re: AW: AW: how to run a logout transaction once

The following is the structure of your test plan that
you've included.

TestPlan
    ThreadGroup (loop once, no schedule)
        Loop Controller (loop 3 times)
            Simple Controller 1
                Once Only Controller
                    HTTP Request - login
            Simple Controller 2
                HTTP Request A
                    Constant Timer - 10 seconds
        HTTP Request - logout

I don't see how it controls running for 2 hours. How
do you tell the Loop Controller to run 2 hours? I'll
have to guess how many times it will loop in 2 hours?!
 Please elaborate. Thanks.

mabel

    
--- "Schlichting, Carsten (Z-EDV)"
<Carsten.Schlichting <at> KVB.de> wrote:
> Sorry, I guess the attachment didn't make it through
> the firewall.
> 
> Here is the testplan I had attached. I was using
> JMeter 1.9.1:
> Let me know if this works for you.
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AW: AW: AW: how to run a logout transaction once

Hi Mabel!

How about telling the ThreadGroup to loop forever and using the Scheduler to
run for 2 hours? I haven't done this before, but my guess would be that
after two hours all threads would finish up and therefore do the desired
logout.

Not sure how you could do it if this doesn't help.

Carsten

-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von: Remedy QA [mailto:remedyqa <at> yahoo.com]
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 2. Juni 2004 19:02
An: JMeter Users List
Betreff: Re: AW: AW: how to run a logout transaction once

The following is the structure of your test plan that
you've included.

TestPlan
    ThreadGroup (loop once, no schedule)
        Loop Controller (loop 3 times)
            Simple Controller 1
                Once Only Controller
                    HTTP Request - login
            Simple Controller 2
                HTTP Request A
                    Constant Timer - 10 seconds
        HTTP Request - logout
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Sebastian Bazley | 3 Jun 00:36 2004
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Re: jmeter won't start

Looks like there may be a problem with the Java installation; the error
message is certainly not generated by JMeter.

Do other java applications work OK?

Might be worth re-installing Java, or trying a different version.

What does the jmeter.log contain?
That might give a clue as to how far JMeter gets before the error.

S.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Smith, Mike" <MSmith <at> lrs.com>
To: <jmeter-user <at> jakarta.apache.org>
Sent: Wednesday, June 02, 2004 3:35 PM
Subject: jmeter won't start

Running on Windows 2000 sp2
JMeter 2.0.1
JDK 1.4.2_04

C:\mss\jmeter\jakarta-jmeter-2.0.1_bin\jakarta-jmeter-2.0.1\bin>jmeter

Assertion failed: offset < fFileSize, file
../../../src/share/native/sun/awt/fon

t/fontmanager/fontobjects/fontObject.cpp, line 418

any help would be appreciated!

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Sebastian Bazley | 3 Jun 02:22 2004
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Re: how to run a logout transaction once

Or a Runtime Controller, which I have just added to the 2.0 branch code.
This is like a loop controller, except that it runs for N seconds, instead
of N loops.

It should appear in the nightly builds
(http://gump.covalent.net/jars/latest/jakarta-jmeter-20/) in a day or so.
[The library zip can be picked up from
http://gump.covalent.net/jars/latest/jakarta-jmeter/ if you haven't already
got it - it rarely changes.]

Please remember that nightly builds are just that - they have not been
formally tested, and may not work at all.
If the build generally works, but the Runtime Controller has problems,
please log a bug.

S.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Remedy QA" <remedyqa <at> yahoo.com>
To: "JMeter Users List" <jmeter-user <at> jakarta.apache.org>
Sent: Wednesday, May 26, 2004 7:52 PM
Subject: RE: how to run a logout transaction once

> I'm sure that two thread groups can't access the same cookie and it would
be considered two different sessions, which would not work for me. But
thanks for the suggestions.
> What I need is a "finally" controller as Joe Casadonte mentioned, which
hasn't been implemented.
>
> "BAZLEY, Sebastian" <sebastian.bazley <at> atosorigin.com> wrote:
> In that case, you *might* be able to use two thread groups and run them
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Axel Faltin | 3 Jun 10:04 2004
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Fwd: JavaSampler, complex response processing

Hi List,

Unfortunately nobody responded so far. I guess my mail was too
complicated in the first place. Let's try it step by step:

How do I fill a SampleResult wisely in the case of a complex answer
structure. I would love to return my own object, which is not
possible I guess so I need to wrap it up in the SampleResult and
extract it via a PostRegex.

Any Ideas? My original Question is further down for reference.

cheers,
Axel

===8<=================== Original Nachrichtentext ===================
Hi all,

I have some difficulties putting together a testplan for a EJB
Interface Test.

My Setup:
---
J2EE Container with a couple of Stateless Session Bean.

I would like to call the first (login) which comes back with the
sessionid and do a second, third, etc call using that sessionid.

---

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Ivan Rancati | 3 Jun 11:31 2004
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Beginner: Aggregate report vs. View results in Table

good morning,

I have some beginner doubts on how exactly to read measurements for a 
simple Fast CGI website (or perhaps I don't understand how to use 
loops), and I did not find an exact answer on the documentation.
My test plan is simple, I have a thread group with 20 threads, no ramp 
up time, loop 15 times
then
Interleave controller (ignore sub-controller blocks is selected)
    HTTP request 1
    HTTP request 2
    HTTP request 3
    HTTP request  4
View Results in table
View results in tree
Aggregate report

the 4 http requests go to FastCGI pages that have very similar execution 
times, and for each page I have a simple Response Assertion (same for 
all 4 pages)

At the end of the run, View results in Table gives me an average of 1884 
ms for the 300 samples.
Aggregate Report gives me a thoughput rate between 2.2/sec and 2.8/sec 
for each of the 4 http requests, and a total rate of 10.1/sec.

Now, if 10.1 total requests are processed in a second, and I have 20 
threads, where does the average sample time of 1884 ms come from? I 
would expect something like
99 ms (since throughput is 10.1 requests in a second), or
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peter lin | 3 Jun 14:53 2004
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Re: Beginner: Aggregate report vs. View results in Table


keep in mind the average response time is not a true representation. The actual throughput might be more
useful in this case. Most likely the response time are varying dramatically, which causes the average to
be higher than what you expect. In the nightly build, there's a new distribution graph I just added last week.

this may give you a better picture of what is happening. In the past I've seen this happen when the dataset
clumps at opposite ends of min/max response times. Even though 50% of the requests may be finishing within
100ms, the average can be skewed if 20% of the response times are un-usually long.

I hope that helps.

peter

Ivan Rancati <ivan.rancati <at> sharpmind.de> wrote:
good morning,

I have some beginner doubts on how exactly to read measurements for a 
simple Fast CGI website (or perhaps I don't understand how to use 
loops), and I did not find an exact answer on the documentation.
My test plan is simple, I have a thread group with 20 threads, no ramp 
up time, loop 15 times
then
Interleave controller (ignore sub-controller blocks is selected)
HTTP request 1
HTTP request 2
HTTP request 3
HTTP request 4
View Results in table
View results in tree
Aggregate report
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peter lin | 3 Jun 14:59 2004
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Re: Fwd: JavaSampler, complex response processing

hi Axel,

 
you're probably going to have to extend SampleResult, or try to wedge it into the existing one. Are you
planning on using a local interface to call the EJB or do a real remote call?

if you're goal is to measure how long it takes to get data, you probably should be using local interface to get
the data. In that case, you can just use the built in timer. If you want to view the data, you're going to have
to either pass the bytes, convert to string, or extend SampleResult to take an object for the response data.

a bit more information about the goal of your test would make it easier to provide useful suggestions :)

peter

Axel Faltin <mail <at> axel-faltin.de> wrote:
Hi List,

Unfortunately nobody responded so far. I guess my mail was too
complicated in the first place. Let's try it step by step:

How do I fill a SampleResult wisely in the case of a complex answer
structure. I would love to return my own object, which is not
possible I guess so I need to wrap it up in the SampleResult and
extract it via a PostRegex.

Any Ideas? My original Question is further down for reference.

cheers,
Axel

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