Showing posts with label Jmeter timers. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Jmeter timers. Show all posts

Random order controller in apache jmeter is used to execute requests of jmeter software load test plan in random order. This is the only difference between simple controller and random order controller. We will learn usage of random order controller in jmeter software load test plan with example.

Add Random Order Controller In Load Test Plan
Generally, Random Order Controller is being added under thread group. To add random order controller in jmeter software load test plan,
  • Right click on your Thread Group -> Add -> Select Logic Controller -> Random Order Controller. See below given image.

It will add random order controller under thread group.

Constant Timer is very useful element of JMeter software load test plan as it allows you to pause each thread for same amount of time when executes the requests. You can add constant timer under controller and parallel to software load test plan's requests if you wants to put pause on each request. Also you can add constant timer under request if you wants to put pause on that specific request. Let's see how to add and use constant timer parallel to requests in software load test plan with example.

We already learnt usage of constant timer parallel to requests to pause threads on all requests for given amount of time in my earlier post. Also you can put constant timer under specific request of your software load test plan to pause thread on that specific request for given amount of time. Let's learn how to pause thread on specific request of your software load test plan for given amount of time using constant timer.

Constant throughput timer in jmeter is one of the mostly used timer in jmeter software load test plan. Using JMeter constant throughput timer, You can decide how many samples should be executed per minute. Constant throughput timer will add random pauses between requests during test execution to match required throughput figure(samples per minute). Let's learn usage of constant throughput timer in apache jmeter software load test plan.

We already learnt about what is about uniform random timer and how to use it in your software load test plan in my earlier posts. As you know, uniform random timer has parameters called constant delay offset and Random delay maximum. So if you will set only constant delay offset and run your software load test then it will behave as constant timer. Let's see with example.

Now you already knows what is uniform random timer and how it works in software load test plan as we have already discussed all those things in previous posts. So i will not detail it more now. Let's move to practical example directly. Here we wants to see how uniform random timer behaves if we put it under specific request.

Earlier we learnt whats is the main concept of uniform random timer, usage of it's different parameters and how to add it in your software load test plan. Now here we will see how to add uniform random timer parallel to requests of your software load test plan and how it will works. Let's see with example.

As name suggest, jmeter uniform random timer is used to generate fixed+random amount of time delay between 2 requests in your software load test plan. Jmeter uniform random timer is used when you wants to put some fixed but also some random time delay between 2 requests in your software load test plan. Example : I wants to put minimum delay time 3 seconds and maximum delay time to 10 seconds then i can use uniform random timer in my test plan.

Earlier we have already learnt about some basic things about synchronizing timer and how to use it on controller level on software load test plan in my previous post. Now here we will discuss and learn how to use synchronizing timer on request level in software load test plan and how it will works. Let's understand with example.

In earlier article, We learn some basic things about Synchronizing Timer. As you know, Synchronizing Timer is useful to release given number of threads at once to generate load on selected request or all requests of your software load test plan. In this article, We will learn how to use synchronizing timer on controller level of your software load test plan and how it works.

Synchronizing Timer is one of the jmeter's different timers. In your jmeter software test plan, You can use Synchronizing Timer If you wants to release X number of threads at given point. It will block the threads until given X number of threads have been reached at specific point. It will release all threads at once when given number of threads are reached on specific point of your jmeter software load test plan, First of all, Let's understand different parameters of synchronizing timer and then learn how to use it in jmeter software load test plan.