List/Grid Tag Archives: Apache JMeter

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Apache Server and JMeter debugging

I had been using JMeter to generate load for my production server to test my application. The test-plan has 13+ HTTP sampler to make different request and one Regular Expression extractor ...
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JMeter custom function implementation

JMeter provides functions that can be used in the sampler. While writing complex test-plan you feel that JMeter is lacking some of the methods. You use Beanshell script to define your ...
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Stress/Load-Testing of Asynchronous HTTP/REST Services with JMeter

Although I have been using JMeter for stress- and load-testing of web applications a good few times it took us a while to figure out how to test asynchronous HTTP/REST based services ...
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Performance Analysis of REST/HTTP Services with JMeter and Yourkit

My last post described how to accomplish stress- or load-testing of asynchronous REST/HTTP services with JMeter. However, running such tests often reveals that the system under test ...
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Extending JMeter with a WS-Trust/STS sampler

JMeter does not have any inbuilt support for WS-Security or WS-Trust and that made me develop this STS Sampler for JMeter – which could make anyone’s life better while ...
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Extending JMeter with a password digest generator

Recently I had to work on loading an OpenLDAP instance with 50,000 user records and carry on some stress testing. JMeter was the best choice to populate the LDAP. ...
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Apache JMeter: Load Test Whatever You Want

This is the second post about load testing with Apache JMeter, read the first post here: A step by step tutorial about load testing relational databases. JMeter has lots of Samplers. ...
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JMeter: Load Testing Relational Databases

Apache JMeter is a performance testing tool which is entirely written in Java. Any application that works on request/response model can be load tested with JMeter. A relational database ...
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