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Understanding JMeter Listener- Aggregate Report

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Understanding JMeter Listener- Aggregate Report

The aggregate report creates a table row for each differently named request in your test. For each request, it totals the response information and provides request count, min, max, average, error rate, approximate throughput (request/second) and Kilobytes per second throughput. Once the test is done, the throughput is the actual through for the duration of the entire test.

Starting with JMeter 2.12, you can configure the 3 percentile values you want to compute, this can be done by setting properties:
aggregate_rpt_pct1: defaults to 90th percentile
aggregate_rpt_pct2: defaults to 95th percentile
aggregate_rpt_pct3: defaults to 99th percentile
Label - The label of the sample. If "Include group name in label?" is selected, then the name of the thread group is added as a prefix. This allows identical labels from different thread groups to be collated separately if required.
# Samples - The number of samples with the same label
Average - The average time of a set of results
Median - The median is the time in the middle of a set of results. 50% of the samples took no more than this time; the remainder took at least as long.
90% Line - 90% of the samples took no more than this time. The remaining samples took at least as long as this. (90th percentile)
95% Line - 95% of the samples took no more than this time. The remaining samples took at least as long as this. (95th percentile)
99% Line - 99% of the samples took no more than this time. The remaining samples took at least as long as this. (99th percentile)
Min - The shortest time for the samples with the same label
Max - The longest time for the samples with the same label
Error % - Percent of requests with errors
Throughput - the Throughput is measured in requests per second/minute/hour. The time unit is chosen so that the displayed rate is at least 1.0. When the throughput is saved to a CSV file, it is expressed in requests/second, i.e. 30.0 requests/minute is saved as 0.5.
Kb/sec - The throughput measured in Kilobytes per second
Times are in milliseconds.



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Ronak Shah
Practice Head - Software Testing (QA), CIGNEX Datamatics

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