Stopping tests in unix,
I had a test running on unix with output being written to a .jtl file. I would stop the test using the CNTRL+C hotkey.
When i opened the .jtl file in summary report i would get a different throughput value each time i opened it.
From the above observation it seems like the way i stopped the test was faulty. This would incorrectly create the .jtl file without the proper xml end tags.
A way to stop a test in unix is by using the 'stoptest.sh' shell script. I did that by opening the same jmeter script run location in another putty window and executing the 'stoptest.sh' script.
Any other inputs on this?
Re: Stopping tests in unix,
In windows command prompt, the command 'sh stoptest.sh' works fine ...