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JMeter Heavy load Test

sanuji pillai

Joined: Jul 05, 2010
Posts: 24
I am using jmeter for load testing.But currently my requirement is that to test a j2ee web application with 30000 hits/minute.For that i am given 30000 as threads and 60 as ramp up period.The result is that Jmeter is stucked and busy for a long period, and some time give 1000's request are passed rather than expected 30000.
Any Solution??..Please give any suggestions.

sugan san
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Joined: May 23, 2013
Posts: 47
It depends on your MACHINE RAM memory. To increase threads run jmeter in Non-GUI with distributed mode.

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