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I need to do some stress test on Oracle DB using jmeter. I have downloaded jmeter on my linux box and configured it.
Is there a good online resource to guide me through the process of setting up jmeter for stress test ??
I am new to this tool. does have an online manual but it is good for those who know what they are doing. I still need to know what to do with this tool.
Thank You.
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Using JMeter, We could do Stress Test on
a) Http Servers
b) Ftp Servers and
c) SQL queries.
JMeter is swing application , where you could configure your Stress Test by giving information like
No of concurent Users
No Of requests etc.
JMeter then spans n threads (simulating the concurrent users) and keeps sending the request to the URL you specified.Once the test is over it gives you a graph how much time each request took. You could get many valuable information out of that graph like does ur system slows down after some time etc

Jakarta does have a user Manual for JMeter
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