Halcyon Agnes

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Jmeter alternative

I'm looking for a freeware / simpler alternative to JMeter. It is a very complete yet complex tool and all I need is to simulate a number of simultaneous calls to a site, grab stats about performance (time to the response) and see how many concurrent calls it can endure without breaking. Some chart thrown in would be useful.

Thanks.

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Watts Kendall

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Use Apache Benchmark (ab). It’s a command line tool that ships with apache web server. If you’re running *nix, chances are it’s already installed on your machine. For example, if you want to send 1000 requests to a web server running on localhost using 10 concurrent threads you would do this:

$ ab -n 1000 -c 10 http://localhost/

It’ll spit out a nice report giving you interesting stats such as requests per second, number of failures, and much more.

Halcyon Agnes

1550561474

Jmeter alternative

I'm looking for a freeware / simpler alternative to JMeter. It is a very complete yet complex tool and all I need is to simulate a number of simultaneous calls to a site, grab stats about performance (time to the response) and see how many concurrent calls it can endure without breaking. Some chart thrown in would be useful.

Thanks.

#jmeter

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WHAT IS JMETER
Performance test application
Build using Java
Free & Open Source
Recording
CLI
Reports

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Introduction to JMeter | What is JMeter | JMeter Tutorials for Beginners | JMeter Features

In this Video we are going to perform Introduction to JMeter | What is JMeter | JMeter Tutorials for Beginners | JMeter Features.

  • 0:00 What is JMeter
  • 0:58 Test Associated with JMeter
  • 2:04 Protocols supported by JMeter
  • 2:57 Features of JMeter
  • 5:00 WorkFlow of JMeter
  • 6:09 System requirement for JMeter
  • 6:42 Overview of JMeter Software

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OAuth API Testing With JMeter

Assumption

You already reviewed the above Article before proceeding to the next steps.

Step 1: Request for a Token.

a) Right-Click the “Test Plan” and Add a new thread group. Name it as “Demo Group”

test plan

b) Right-Click the “Thread Group” --> Add --> Sampler --> HttpRequest

http request

c) Add Request details and “Save”

host name

d) Add “View Result Tree” & “JSON Token Extrator”

view results tree

json extractor

e) Now add the JSON Path Expression where you can find the token (from View Result tree --> Response).

This is my response in “View Result Tree”.

JSON

1

{"user_context":null,"return_type":"json","access_token":"qubyczsmjbttg49rtwvbka","token_type":"bearer","expires_in":3600,"refresh_token":"cjpam8qgsd3kkbyypkfrvq6e","scope":null,"state":null,"uri":null,"extended":null}

So I added $.access_token path to the variable C_Token.

S_access_token

Step 2: Pass that Token to the Subsequent API’s

a) Follow the same Step above to create an HTTP Request and add the second API

parameters

b) Add “HTTP Message Header” and “View Result Tree”

http header manager

c) Now Add the token value which you got in Step 1 - e as ${C_Token}

C_token

Follow similar steps for the remaining API.

Happy testing!

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Gunjan Khaitan

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JMeter Installation On Windows 10 | JMeter Tutorial For Beginners | JMeter Tutorial

This video on JMeter Installation will help you install JMeter in your system. At the beginning of this video, we shall understand the basics of JMeter and the prerequisites to run JMeter on to our system. Finally, we shall see the process to download JMeter and run our first JMeter test with a hands-on demo.

The topics covered in the video are:

  • What is JMeter?
  • Prerequisites to install JMeter
  • Demo to install JMeter

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