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- This page provides the collection of nGrinder guides.
[Installation Guide] / [Upgrade Guide]
- How to use resources
- Jython and generic GroovySome users want to use txt or xml files to externalize the resources from scripts. For example, if you have a bunch of user ids and need to test some system with those ids, keeping all ids in the script is not realistic. Instead, you can use re...
- How to adjust logger level
- Whenever a script calls the HTTP GET/POST method, each HTTP call is recorded at the log files in the agent's side. A log files are created per process and threads belonging to a process use a single log file. Logs can be huge(Giga byte size) depending on how many time...
- User Permission
There are 4 roles available in nGrinder.
The users in this role can see others test and scripts and can switch to any users. Also administrator can approve the agents and modify system configurations.
The users in this role can ...
- Advanced Clustering Guide
- This feature is available from 3.1
This explain the advanced cluster configuration requiring NFS and Cubrid.
If you want to run cluster without much effort, see [Easy Clustering Guide].
We enhanced nGrinder to support clustering from 3.1. If you don’t know about nG...
- Test Configuration
- Test List
User can create/stop/delete a test in this page. The ball color changes depending on the test status and it will refresh every 5 seconds. By hovering on it, you can see each test status.
Test configuration is a critical aspect of a test. This...
- User Guide
- This page provide the collection of user guides when you access nGrinder with user permission.
[Process and Thread]
[How to add custom monitor data]
[How to ramp up by threads]
- Virtual User
- Virtual Users in nGrinder is mapped into threads. If there are 1000 threads which runs a script, which means there are 1000 virtual users. nGrinder has a little different approach from other performance test tools. Instead of mimicking the user real behavior, we focus on ...
- Install Groovy IDE 
- When you create Groovy Maven project, you can use IDE to write and debug test cases. Groovy maven project use maven’s pom.xml to structure src folders and specify dependencies. Therefore if your IDE supports Groovy and Maven project, you can use it. For who don’t have ...
- Script Security
- nGrinder executes user- defined scripts. Scripts can access the local file system and send any network requests to non predefined targets. For this reason, it’s very dangerous to allow unknown public users to have access to nGrinder. Some hacker may write a script that sen...