Written By: Swetha Pujari Due to the company’s network/firewall policy, sometimes setting up the connectivity between master and slaves in JMeter’s Distributed Testing has obstacles or delays due to firewall requests. As an interim solution, we can use Parallel Testing to execute higher loads by dividing the load across multiple machines. This is a good … Read more
How to solve the “Unsupported major.minor version” issue in JMeter? Unsupported Java Version error while running the JMeter test in distributed mode
Problem: Explanation: To run the test in distributed mode, it is mandatory to start ‘jmeter-server’ service on all the slaves. You may get the below exception while starting ‘jmeter-server’ service: Error Screenshot: Solution: Follow the below steps to resolve this issue:
How to solve “Connection refused to host” error in JMeter? OR Connection error while running the JMeter test in distributed (remote) mode.
Written By: Swetha Pujari A single JMeter client/system running on a 2–3 GHz CPU can handle up to 1000 threads or virtual users, depending on the test’s type and duration. However, in real-time, due to constraints on the CPU, memory, and network(socket related), a single test machine may sustain load anywhere between 500 to 700 … Read more
In this article, you are going to see about the step by step approach of how to perform the distributed testing in JMeter 5.3 version. Distributed testing in JMeter will be performed to handle the test execution by sending the request to the target server with the help of master and slave instances. In order … Read more