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#! /bin/sh
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## ==============================================
## Environment variables:
## JVM_ARGS - optional java args, e.g. -Dprop=val
##
## ==============================================
# The following should be reasonably good values for most tests running
# on Sun JVMs. Following is the analysis on which it is based. If it's total
# gibberish to you, please study my article at
# http://www.atg.com/portal/myatg/developer?paf_dm=full&paf_gear_id=1100010&detailArticle=true&id=9606
#
# JMeter objects can generally be grouped into three life-length groups:
#
# - Per-sample objects (results, DOMs,...). An awful lot of those.
# Life length of milliseconds to a few seconds.
#
# - Per-run objects (threads, listener data structures,...). Not that many
# of those unless we use the table or tree listeners on heavy runs.
# Life length of minutes to several hours, from creation to start of next run.
#
# - Per-work-session objects (test plans, GUIs,...).
# Life length: for the life of the JVM.
# This is the base heap size -- you may increase or decrease it to fit your
# system's memory availablity:
HEAP="-Xms2048m -Xmx2048m"
# There's an awful lot of per-sample objects allocated during test run, so we
# need a large eden to avoid too frequent scavenges -- you'll need to tune this
# down proportionally if you reduce the HEAP values above:
NEW="-XX:NewSize=256m -XX:MaxNewSize=256m"
# This ratio and target have been proven OK in tests with a specially high
# amount of per-sample objects (the HtmlParserHTMLParser tests):
# SURVIVOR="-XX:SurvivorRatio=8 -XX:TargetSurvivorRatio=50%"
# Think about it: trying to keep per-run objects in tenuring definitely
# represents a cost, but where's the benefit? They won't disappear before
# the test is over, and at that point we will no longer care about performance.
#
# So we will have JMeter do an explicit Full GC before starting a test run,
# but then we won't make any effort (or spend any CPU) to keep objects
# in tenuring longer than the life of per-sample objects -- which is hopefully
# shorter than the period between two scavenges):
#
TENURING="-XX:MaxTenuringThreshold=2"
# This evacuation ratio is OK (see the comments for SURVIVOR) during test
# runs -- not so sure about operations that bring a lot of long-lived information into
# memory in a short period of time, such as loading tests or listener data files.
# Increase it if you experience OutOfMemory problems during those operations
# without having gone through a lot of Full GC-ing just before the OOM:
# EVACUATION="-XX:MaxLiveObjectEvacuationRatio=20%"
# Avoid the RMI-induced Full GCs to run too frequently -- once every ten minutes
# should be more than enough:
RMIGC="-Dsun.rmi.dgc.client.gcInterval=600000 -Dsun.rmi.dgc.server.gcInterval=600000"
# Increase MaxPermSize if you use a lot of Javascript in your Test Plan :
PERM="-XX:PermSize=64m -XX:MaxPermSize=128m"
# Finally, some tracing to help in case things go astray:
#DEBUG="-verbose:gc -XX:+PrintTenuringDistribution"
# Always dump on OOM (does not cost anything unless triggered)
DUMP="-XX:+HeapDumpOnOutOfMemoryError"
SERVER="-server"
ARGS="$SERVER $DUMP $HEAP $NEW $SURVIVOR $TENURING $EVACUATION $RMIGC $PERM"
java $ARGS $JVM_ARGS -jar `dirname $0`/ApacheJMeter.jar "$@"