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Jmeter-Server Mointoring Result
In Jmeter while doing server mointoring result show dead.
Instruction which i followed to for server monitoring in Jmeter
1. The first step is to add a Thread Group element.
The Thread Group tells JMeter the number of threads you want. Always use 1, since we are using JMeter as a monitor. This is very important for those not familiar with server monitors. As a general rule, using multiple threads for a single server is bad and can create significant stress.
Change the loop count to forever (or some large number) so that enough samples are generated.
2. Add the HTTP Authorization Manager to the Thread Group element (Add –> Config element –> HTTP Authorization Manager). Enter the username and password for your webserver. Important note: the monitor only works with Tomcat5 build 5.0.19 and newer.
1. leave the base URL blank
2. enter the username
3. enter the password
3. Add the HTTP Request to the Thread Group element (Add –> Sampler –> HTTP Request). Then, select the HTTP Request element in the tree and edit the following properties):
1. Change the Name field to “Server Status”.
2. Enter the IP address or Hostname
3. Enter the port number
4. Set the Path field to “/manager/status” if you’re using Tomcat.
5. Add a request parameter named “XML” in uppercase. Give it a value of “true” in lowercase.
6. Check “Use as Monitor” at the bottom of the sampler
4. Add a Constant timer to this thread group (Add –> Timer –> Constant Timer). Enter 5000 milliseconds in the “Thread Delay” box. In general, using intervals shorter than 5 seconds will add stress to your server. Find out what is an acceptable interval before you deploy the monitor in your production environment.
Thanks in Advance
Re: Jmeter-Server Mointoring Result
Please define "server monitoring result show dead".
Do you mean that you can hit the server in your browser successfully, but Jmeter cannot?