load testing for customBuild

Justin Obara justin.obara at utoronto.ca
Fri Aug 28 18:01:53 UTC 2009


Hi Laurel,

Yes that is what I meant. Sorry, I must have misunderstood your  
previous e-mail. Glad you have it all covered.

Thanks
Justin
On 28-Aug-09, at 10:11 AM, Laurel A. Williams wrote:

> Hi Justin
>
> It isn't clear to me what you mean from your email but I'll take a  
> stab at it and you can tell me if I've understood.
>
> I think you are saying that you want me to load test the production  
> of the customBuild page (ie. hitting the server to grab the data to  
> populate the rendered page). I am already doing that as noted in my  
> first email (This was what I marked as (1) but maybe I wasn't clear)  
> - although the page isn't rendered, it is returned, with the json  
> data. And, as I noted originally, I think that getting the data from  
> the server is the most critical issue for load testing, so I'm  
> pretty happy with load testing just that.
>
> If you are saying you'd like to add a load test of rendering that  
> data, then I'll  be happy to start searching for another tool to  
> perform  the task, since jMeter will not do it.
>
> Laurel
>
> Justin Obara wrote:
>> Hi Laurel,
>>
>> I think that you should be able to test the server's assembly of  
>> the modules and group information. Since this is pulled from  
>> information assembled by the server, you should be able to test it  
>> in a similar fashion as you are with the build generation.
>>
>> Sorry I'm in a meeting at the moment, so hopefully this makes  
>> sense. Please let me know if I need to clarify.
>>
>> Thanks
>> Justin
>>
>>
> <laurel_williams.vcf>




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