Re: jMeter development project inquiry
sebb <sebbaz <at> gmail.com>
2008-01-02 16:15:09 GMT
It's already possible to run multiple JMX files in GUI mode (though
not automatically), and the server in client-server mode can be left
running between test runs, so that Java startup-time is restricted to
Batch mode only processes the single jmx file provided on the command-line.
I'm sure it would be to extend JMeter as proposed.
However the proposal requires an extra process to send the JMX data
and to receive the results, both of which add extra overhead.
Perhaps it would be simpler to implement an option to process all JMX
files in a directory, or listed in a file.
JMeter startup does not take very long (around 1 sec on my system) so
the proposed change would only benefit test runs with lots of
On 21/12/2007, Pieter Ennes <pieter <at> watchmouse.com> wrote:
> Dear jMeter list, (-user list included due to amount of commit
> msgs on -dev, followup set to -dev)
> We are using jMeter to perform conformance and regression tests
> periodically (typically every 15 minutes, for a large number of tests),
> and are looking for ways to push integration a bit further. We are
> investigating whether it is possible to develop the option described below:
> The ability to POST a .jmx file to a running jMeter server over an
> HTTP connection using a REST (or SOAP) interface and return the results,