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Hi, I'm a newbie and I'm tring to learn how to use jmeter to stress test a homepage. I'm trying to send multiple http request to a webpage until the request fail. Let say i'm testing www.google.com, how would I know when the request fail?
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Anyway, OneShot, the answer to your question is to just use the jmeter GUI. Built into basic functionality of Jmeter is the creation of a jmeter.log file which you could parse for "Error" or 404 or whatever you're looking for. Or just use the GUI, build a "listner"; your answer is in jmeters most basic functionality (ie rtfm).
A word of advice, don't try to slam google with requests or really anyone other than a site that you're testing for your company. It just sucks to add traffic to someone else’s site (but I have a feeling that you weren't aiming to do that)
And it's not the page you are stressing, it's the server. You should be testing locally on a LAN or you'll end up testing the network instead of the app.