jMeter Graphs

Default Listeners for Vaimo Load Tests

By default the following out-of-box JMeter listeners are used for each load test:

Listeners powered by plugins

It’s possible to create different type of graphs using plugins that are available for jMeter (latest version of JMeterPlugins-Extras needs to be installed first).

Check the information below for plugins details:

  • Default Listeners for Vaimo Load Tests
  • Listeners powered by plugins
    • Each transaction response time (As a Histogram diagram)
    • Average transaction duration
    • Median transaction duration
    • 95% transaction duration
    • Min transaction time
    • Max transaction time
    • Threads (indicating concurrency) running at any point during the test (presented as a line graph)

Each transaction response time (As a Histogram diagram)

Add: Listener > Response Times Distribution to your overall plan

By the end of the test you will have response time of all transactions (grouped by name) as histogram diagram:

From the ‘Rows‘ tab you can choose which transaction to be displayed individually.

Category Page: 

Cart Page:

Product Page:

Average transaction duration

 Add: Listener > Aggregate Graph to your overall plan

By the end of the test you can configure the graph to show the average response time of all transactions (grouped by name) as a bar diagram, by checking ‘Columns to Display: Average’:

Click on the ‘Graph‘ tab and you can see the graph

Median transaction duration

 Add: Listener > Aggregate Graph to your overall plan

By the end of the test you can configure the graph to show the median response time of all transactions (grouped by name) as a bar diagram, by checking ‘Columns to Display: Median’:

Click on the ‘Graph‘ tab and you can see the graph

95% transaction duration

 Add: Listener > Aggregate Graph to your overall plan

By the end of the test you can configure the graph to show the 95% response time of all transactions (grouped by name) as a bar diagram, by checking ‘Columns to Display: 95%’:

Click on the ‘Graph‘ tab and you can see the graph

Min transaction time

 Add: Listener > Aggregate Graph to your overall plan

By the end of the test you can configure the graph to show the minimum response time of all transactions (grouped by name) as a bar diagram, by checking ‘Columns to Display: Min’:

Click on the ‘Graph‘ tab and you can see the graph

Max transaction time

 Add: Listener > Aggregate Graph to your overall plan

By the end of the test you can configure the graph to show the Maximum response time of all transactions (grouped by name) as a bar diagram, by checking ‘Columns to Display: Max’:

Click on the ‘Graph‘ tab and you can see the graph

Threads (indicating concurrency) running at any point during the test (presented as a line graph)

 Add: Listener > jp@gc – Active Threads Over Time to your overall plan

You can configure the graph to show all threads aggregated together (or displayed grouped by transaction name) plotted over execution time of the test plan:

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