Please go to the LoadTest dashboard at
Please click on the button "Create New Test", which will take you to the LoadTest Launch Page.
With only two clicks, you can select the JPetStore Preset Example and Launch it, as shown below:
Or you can follow these instructions below to upload files for a test:
In the example above, we have given our test a Name ("JPetStore 001").
We have selected "Use a directory", as needed for these complex examples. And then we click on "Select Directory", which brings up the dialog box below:
Single-click on the
directory, and hit "Upload".
Confirm by clicking "Upload".
We have also filled in the .jtl File Name field with the value
, which tells the LoadTest application the .jtl File Name which is used in the .jmx file. (You can inspect the
file and see that
appears several times in the View Results Tree section.)
We have left everything else with its default value. Notice that the Number of Instances is left with its default value of 6; in some of the later examples, we suggest that you ask for 30 instances.
Now just click on the "Launch" button, to start your advanced Global Last-Mile Load Test.
It will take about 12 minutes for this Load Test to run. When it is done, the page will look like this:
Please click on the "Download Results" button to download a .zip file of your test results.
This will include`the output data files from each instance will appear in
The generated images will appear in
The report and data files are:
TestResults.html (Neocortix HTMl report)
htmlReport (JMeter HTML report directory)
trackedStderr.log (log file from the run)
VRT_<datestamp>.jtl (merged data file .jtl)
Here are example outputs, in