Month: December 2014
How to execute a test continuously for specified duration without bothering no. of times using JMETER?
Do you have the following scenario to execute by Jmeter and not able to find the solution?
Having HTTP Request / REST Request in a test plan, required to execute the test for 1 hour duration without bothering repetition , and to
- Find the application robustness and consistency to bear max load?
- Find no. of requests application can handle for the specified duration?
and you would have
- tried giving in scheduler but not worked as it executes for the number of threads specified In thread group.
- tried giving in Duration but not worked. So what is next?
- Check ‘Forever’ check box in Thread group
- Give Duration as ‘3600’ in Scheduler section of Thread Group
MySQL an introduction and basic tutorial
MySQL is a Open source database management systems. It ‘s a powerful database management system with a lot of flexibility. This tutorial covers basic introduction to MySQL. In this tutorial I’m using Centos operating system for installing MySQL.
Installing MySQL in centos
MySQL can be installed using yum repository, and can be installed using the below comment.
#yum install mysql-server
Once the installation is complete, you can start mysql using the below comment.
No password is set by default during MySQL installation.
For setting up password for MySQL for the first time use mysqladmin to set root password
mysqladmin -u root password NEWPASSWORD
eg: mysqladmin –u root password Password123
Accessing MySQL Shell
MySQL prompt can be accessed using the below command
#mysql –u root –p
and enter the MySQL password created.
Now we are in MySQL prompt.
How to list databases?
type ‘show databases’ at mysql prompt.
How to create a database?
Syntax: create database <dbname>
How to access a database?
Syntax: use <dbname>
How to delete a database?
Syntax: drop database <dbname>