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PROGRAM:

NAME


jmeter - Apache JMeter - Load testing tool

SYNOPSIS


jmeter [options]

DESCRIPTION


Apache JMeter is a Java application designed to load test functional behavior and measure
performance. It was originally designed for testing Web Applications but has since
expanded to other test functions.

Apache JMeter may be used to test performance both on static and dynamic resources (files,
Servlets, Perl scripts, Java Objects, Data Bases and Queries, FTP Servers and more). It
can be used to simulate a heavy load on a server, network or object to test its strength
or to analyze overall performance under different load types. You can use it to make a
graphical analysis of performance or to test your server/script/object behavior under
heavy concurrent load.

OPTIONS


-h, --help

print usage information and exit

-v, --version

print the version information and exit

-p, --propfile <argument>

the jmeter property file to use

-q, --addprop <argument>

additional JMeter property file(s)

-t, --testfile <argument>

the jmeter test(.jmx) file to run

-l, --logfile <argument>

the file to log samples to

-j, --jmeterlogfile <argument>

jmeter run log file (jmeter.log)

-n, --nongui

run JMeter in nongui mode

-s, --server

run the JMeter server

-H, --proxyHost <argument>

Set a proxy server for JMeter to use

-P, --proxyPort <argument>

Set proxy server port for JMeter to use

-N, --nonProxyHosts <argument>

Set nonproxy host list (e.g. *.apache.org|localhost)

-u, --username <argument>

Set username for proxy server that JMeter is to use

-a, --password <argument>

Set password for proxy server that JMeter is to use

-J, --jmeterproperty <argument>=<value>

Define additional JMeter properties

-G, --globalproperty <argument>=<value>

Define Global properties (sent to servers) e.g. -Gport=123

or -Gglobal.properties

-D, --systemproperty <argument>=<value>

Define additional system properties

-S, --systemPropertyFile <argument>

additional system property file(s)

-L, --loglevel <argument>=<value>

[category=]level e.g. jorphan=INFO or jmeter.util=DEBUG

-r, --runremote

Start remote servers (as defined in remote_hosts)

-R, --remotestart <argument>

Start these remote servers (overrides remote_hosts)

-d, --homedir <argument>

the jmeter home directory to use

-X, --remoteexit

Exit the remote servers at end of test (non-GUI)

EXAMPLES


Run Apache JMeter in GUI mode:

jmeter [-p property-file]

Run Apache JMeter in NON_GUI mode:

jmeter -n -t test-file [-p property-file] [-l log-file]

Tell Apache JMeter to use a proxy server:

jmeter -H [your.proxy.server] -P [your proxy server port]

Run Apache JMeter in server mode:

jmeter -s

or jmeter-server

HOMEPAGE


http://jmeter.apache.org

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