JMeter Load Test

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This dashboard shows live load test metrics provided by JMeter.
Last updated: 5 years ago

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  • I think we have identified a defect in JMeter Load Test dashboard of GrafanaLabs (https://grafana.com/grafana/dashboards/1152) - $timeFilter was missed from Test Start/Test End Annotation Queries: "annotations": { "list": [ { "datasource": "${DS_JMETER}", "enable": true, "iconColor": "rgb(23, 255, 0)", "name": "Test Start", "query": "SELECT * FROM testStartEnd WHERE type='started'", "tagsColumn": "type", "titleColumn": "testName" }, { "datasource": "${DS_JMETER}", "enable": true, "iconColor": "rgba(255, 96, 96, 1)", "name": "Test End", "query": "SELECT * FROM testStartEnd WHERE type='finished'", "tagsColumn": "type", "titleColumn": "testName" } ] }, Which caused 978 data points returning instead of 11 in our case: > SELECT count(*) FROM testStartEnd WHERE type='started' name: testStartEnd time count_testName ---- -------------- 0 978 > SELECT count(*) FROM testStartEnd WHERE type='started' AND time >= '2020-12-04 22:25:00' and time < '2020-12-04 23:15:00' name: testStartEnd time count_testName ---- -------------- 1607120700000000000 11 Our Grafana Dashboard got slower and slower due to this defect when more and more test results were saved into the influx database. After adding $timeFilter to Test Start/Test End Annotation Queries: SELECT * FROM "$database"."autogen".testStartEnd WHERE type='started' AND $timeFilter SELECT * FROM "$database"."autogen".testStartEnd WHERE type='finished' AND $timeFilter Our Grafana Dashboard loading time reduced from 1.5m to 5s.
    December 12th 2020, 1:22 am
    by Ian Dai
    Revision: 5
  • Really great dashboard, however you can't name a "request" variable with a "/" as it uses the variable in regex in the query to pull data.
    July 13th 2020, 11:20 pm
    by jtran2468
    Revision: 5
  • very good but on jmeter plugin https://github.com/NovatecConsulting/JMeter-InfluxDB-Writer we need to create a new release in order to accept https requests ( otherwise you have to build new .jar with gradle)
    June 18th 2020, 3:00 pm
    by kyp76
    Revision: 5
  • good
    February 18th 2020, 9:01 am
    by jiang qiarong0001
    Revision: 5
  • good
    September 20th 2019, 7:43 am
    by tianlhj
    Revision: 5
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