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# Apache JMeter Property file
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#Preferred GUI language. Comment out to use the JVM default locale's language.
#language=en
# Additional locale(s) to add to the displayed list.
# The current default list is: en, fr, de, no, es, tr, ja, zh_CN, zh_TW, pl, pt_BR
# [see JMeterMenuBar#makeLanguageMenu()]
# The entries are a comma-separated list of language names
#locales.add=zu
# Netscape HTTP Cookie file
cookies=cookies
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# File format configuration for JMX and JTL files
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Properties:
# file_format - affects both JMX and JTL files
# file_format.testplan - affects JMX files only
# file_format.testlog - affects JTL files only
#
# Possible values are:
# 2.1 - initial format using XStream
# 2.2 - updated format using XStream, with shorter names
# N.B. format 2.0 (Avalon) is no longer supported
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# XML Parser
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# XML Reader(Parser) - Must implement SAX 2 specs
xml.parser=org.apache.xerces.parsers.SAXParser
# Path to a Properties file containing Namespace mapping in the form
# prefix=Namespace
# Example:
# ns=http://biz.aol.com/schema/2006-12-18
#xpath.namespace.config=
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# SSL configuration
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
## SSL System properties are now in system.properties
# JMeter no longer converts javax.xxx property entries in this file into System properties.
# These must now be defined in the system.properties file or on the command-line.
# The system.properties file gives more flexibility.
# By default, SSL session contexts are now created per-thread, rather than being shared.
# The original behaviour can be enabled by setting the JMeter property:
#https.sessioncontext.shared=true
# Default HTTPS protocol level:
#https.default.protocol=TLS
# This may need to be changed here (or in user.properties) to:
#https.default.protocol=SSLv3
# List of protocols to enable (unlikely to be needed):
#https.socket.protocols=SSLv2Hello SSLv3 TLSv1
# Control if we allow reuse of cached SSL context between iterations
# set the value to 'false' to reset the SSL context each iteration
#https.use.cached.ssl.context=true
# Start and end index to be used with keystores with many entries
# The default is to use entry 0, i.e. the first
#https.keyStoreStartIndex=0
#https.keyStoreEndIndex=0
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Look and Feel configuration
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
#Classname of the Swing default UI
#
# The LAF classnames that are available are now displayed as ToolTip text
# when hovering over the Options/Look and Feel selection list.
#
# You can either use a full class name, as shown above,
# or one of the strings "System" or "CrossPlatform" which means
# JMeter will use the corresponding string returned by UIManager.get<name>LookAndFeelClassName()
# LAF can be overridden by os.name (lowercased, spaces replaced by '_')
# Sample os.name LAF:
#jmeter.laf.windows_xp=javax.swing.plaf.metal.MetalLookAndFeel
# Failing that, the OS family = os.name, but only up to first space:
# Sample OS family LAF:
#jmeter.laf.windows=com.sun.java.swing.plaf.windows.WindowsLookAndFeel
# Mac apparently looks better with the System LAF
jmeter.laf.mac=System
# Failing that, the JMeter default laf can be defined:
#jmeter.laf=System
# If none of the above jmeter.laf properties are defined, JMeter uses the CrossPlatform LAF.
# This is because the CrossPlatform LAF generally looks better than the System LAF.
# See https://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=52026 for details
# N.B. the laf can be defined in user.properties.
# LoggerPanel display
# default to false
#jmeter.loggerpanel.display=false
# Max characters kept in LoggerPanel, default to 80000 chars
# O means no limit
#jmeter.loggerpanel.maxlength=80000
# Toolbar display
# default:
#jmeter.toolbar.display=true
# Toolbar icon definitions
#jmeter.toolbar.icons=org/apache/jmeter/images/toolbar/icons-toolbar.properties
# Toolbar list
#jmeter.toolbar=new,open,close,save,save_as_testplan,|,cut,copy,paste,|,expand,collapse,toggle,|,test_start,test_stop,test_shutdown,|,test_start_remote_all,test_stop_remote_all,test_shutdown_remote_all,|,test_clear,test_clear_all,|,search,search_reset,|,function_helper,help
# Icon definitions
# default:
#jmeter.icons=org/apache/jmeter/images/icon.properties
# alternate:
#jmeter.icons=org/apache/jmeter/images/icon_1.properties
#Components to not display in JMeter GUI (GUI class name or static label)
# These elements are deprecated: HTML Parameter Mask,HTTP User Parameter Modifier
not_in_menu=HTML Parameter Mask,HTTP User Parameter Modifier
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Remote hosts and RMI configuration
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Remote Hosts - comma delimited
remote_hosts=127.0.0.1
#remote_hosts=localhost:1099,localhost:2010
# RMI port to be used by the server (must start rmiregistry with same port)
#server_port=1099
# To change the port to (say) 1234:
# On the server(s)
# - set server_port=1234
# - start rmiregistry with port 1234
# On Windows this can be done by:
# SET SERVER_PORT=1234
# JMETER-SERVER
#
# On Unix:
# SERVER_PORT=1234 jmeter-server
#
# On the client:
# - set remote_hosts=server:1234
# Parameter that controls the RMI port used by the RemoteSampleListenerImpl
# Default value is 0 which means port is randomly assigned
#client.rmi.localport=0
# To change the default port (1099) used to access the server:
#server.rmi.port=1234
# To use a specific port for the JMeter server engine, define
# the following property before starting the server:
#server.rmi.localport=4000
# From JMeter 2.3.1, the jmeter server creates the RMI registry as part of the server process.
# To stop the server creating the RMI registry:
#server.rmi.create=false
# From JMeter 2.3.1, define the following property to cause JMeter to exit after the first test
#server.exitaftertest=true
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Logging Configuration
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Note: JMeter uses Avalon (Excalibur) LogKit
# Logging Format
# see http://avalon.apache.org/logkit/api/org/apache/log/format/PatternFormatter.html
#
# Default format:
#log_format=%{time:yyyy/MM/dd HH:mm:ss} %5.5{priority} - %{category}: %{message} %{throwable}
# \n is automatically added to the end of the string
#
# Predefined formats in the JMeter LoggingManager:
#log_format_type=default
#log_format_type=thread_prefix
#log_format_type=thread_suffix
# default is as above
# thread_prefix adds the thread name as a prefix to the category
# thread_suffix adds the thread name as a suffix to the category
# Note that thread name is not included by default, as it requires extra processing.
#
# To change the logging format, define either log_format_type or log_format
# If both are defined, the type takes precedence
# Note that these properties cannot be defined using the -J or -D JMeter
# command-line flags, as the format will have already been determined by then
# However, they can be defined as JVM properties
#Logging levels for the logging categories in JMeter. Correct values are FATAL_ERROR, ERROR, WARN, INFO, and DEBUG
# To set the log level for a package or individual class, use:
# log_level.[package_name].[classname]=[PRIORITY_LEVEL]
# But omit "org.apache" from the package name. The classname is optional. Further examples below.
log_level.jmeter=INFO
log_level.jmeter.junit=DEBUG
#log_level.jmeter.control=DEBUG
#log_level.jmeter.testbeans=DEBUG
#log_level.jmeter.engine=DEBUG
#log_level.jmeter.threads=DEBUG
#log_level.jmeter.gui=WARN
#log_level.jmeter.testelement=DEBUG
#log_level.jmeter.util=WARN
#log_level.jmeter.util.classfinder=WARN
#log_level.jmeter.test=DEBUG
#log_level.jmeter.protocol.http=DEBUG
# For CookieManager, AuthManager etc:
#log_level.jmeter.protocol.http.control=DEBUG
#log_level.jmeter.protocol.ftp=WARN
#log_level.jmeter.protocol.jdbc=DEBUG
#log_level.jmeter.protocol.java=WARN
#log_level.jmeter.testelements.property=DEBUG
log_level.jorphan=INFO
#Log file for log messages.
# You can specify a different log file for different categories via:
# log_file.[category]=[filename]
# category is equivalent to the package/class names described above
# Combined log file (for jmeter and jorphan)
#log_file=jmeter.log
# To redirect logging to standard output, try the following:
# (it will probably report an error, but output will be to stdout)
#log_file=
# Or define separate logs if required:
#log_file.jorphan=jorphan.log
#log_file.jmeter=jmeter.log
# If the filename contains paired single-quotes, then the name is processed
# as a SimpleDateFormat format applied to the current date, for example:
#log_file='jmeter_'yyyyMMddHHmmss'.tmp'
# N.B. When JMeter starts, it sets the system property:
# org.apache.commons.logging.Log
# to
# org.apache.commons.logging.impl.LogKitLogger
# if not already set. This causes Apache and Commons HttpClient to use the same logging as JMeter
# Further logging configuration
# Excalibur logging provides the facility to configure logging using
# configuration files written in XML. This allows for such features as
# log file rotation which are not supported directly by JMeter.
#
# If such a file specified, it will be applied to the current logging
# hierarchy when that has been created.
#
#log_config=logkit.xml
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# HTTP Java configuration
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Number of connection retries performed by HTTP Java sampler before giving up
#http.java.sampler.retries=10
# 0 now means don't retry connection (in 2.3 and before it meant no tries at all!)
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Commons HTTPClient configuration
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# define a properties file for overriding Commons HttpClient parameters
# See: http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/preference-api.html
#httpclient.parameters.file=httpclient.parameters
# define a properties file for overriding Apache HttpClient parameters
# See: TBA
#hc.parameters.file=hc.parameters
# Following properties apply to both Commons and Apache HttpClient
# set the socket timeout (or use the parameter http.socket.timeout)
# Value is in milliseconds
#httpclient.timeout=0
# 0 == no timeout
# Set the http version (defaults to 1.1)
#httpclient.version=1.0 (or use the parameter http.protocol.version)
# Define characters per second > 0 to emulate slow connections
#httpclient.socket.http.cps=0
#httpclient.socket.https.cps=0
#Enable loopback protocol
#httpclient.loopback=true
# Define the local host address to be used for multi-homed hosts
#httpclient.localaddress=1.2.3.4
# Sample logging levels for Commons HttpClient
#
# Commons HttpClient Logging information can be found at:
# http://hc.apache.org/httpclient-3.x/logging.html
# Note that full category names are used, i.e. must include the org.apache.
# Info level produces no output:
#log_level.org.apache.commons.httpclient=debug
# Might be useful:
#log_level.org.apache.commons.httpclient.Authenticator=trace
# Show headers only
#log_level.httpclient.wire.header=debug
# Full wire debug produces a lot of output; consider using separate file:
#log_level.httpclient.wire=debug
#log_file.httpclient=httpclient.log
# Apache Commons HttpClient logging examples
#
# Enable header wire + context logging - Best for Debugging
#log_level.org.apache.http=DEBUG
#log_level.org.apache.http.wire=ERROR
# Enable full wire + context logging
#log_level.org.apache.http=DEBUG
# Enable context logging for connection management
#log_level.org.apache.http.impl.conn=DEBUG
# Enable context logging for connection management / request execution
#log_level.org.apache.http.impl.conn=DEBUG
#log_level.org.apache.http.impl.client=DEBUG
#log_level.org.apache.http.client=DEBUG
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Apache HttpComponents HTTPClient configuration (HTTPClient4)
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Number of retries to attempt (default 1)
#httpclient4.retrycount=1
# Number of retries to attempt (default 1)
#httpclient3.retrycount=1
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Results file configuration
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# This section helps determine how result data will be saved.
# The commented out values are the defaults.
# legitimate values: xml, csv, db. Only xml and csv are currently supported.
jmeter.save.saveservice.output_format=csv
# true when field should be saved; false otherwise
# assertion_results_failure_message only affects CSV output
#jmeter.save.saveservice.assertion_results_failure_message=false
#
# legitimate values: none, first, all
#jmeter.save.saveservice.assertion_results=none
#
#jmeter.save.saveservice.data_type=true
#jmeter.save.saveservice.label=true
#jmeter.save.saveservice.response_code=true
# response_data is not currently supported for CSV output
#jmeter.save.saveservice.response_data=false
# Save ResponseData for failed samples
#jmeter.save.saveservice.response_data.on_error=false
#jmeter.save.saveservice.response_message=true
#jmeter.save.saveservice.successful=true
#jmeter.save.saveservice.thread_name=true
#jmeter.save.saveservice.time=true
#jmeter.save.saveservice.subresults=true
#jmeter.save.saveservice.assertions=true
#jmeter.save.saveservice.latency=true
#jmeter.save.saveservice.samplerData=false
#jmeter.save.saveservice.responseHeaders=false
#jmeter.save.saveservice.requestHeaders=false
#jmeter.save.saveservice.encoding=false
#jmeter.save.saveservice.bytes=true
#jmeter.save.saveservice.url=false
#jmeter.save.saveservice.filename=false
jmeter.save.saveservice.hostname=true
jmeter.save.saveservice.thread_counts=true
#jmeter.save.saveservice.sample_count=false
#jmeter.save.saveservice.idle_time=false
# Timestamp format - this only affects CSV output files
# legitimate values: none, ms, or a format suitable for SimpleDateFormat
#jmeter.save.saveservice.timestamp_format=ms
#jmeter.save.saveservice.timestamp_format=yyyy/MM/dd HH:mm:ss.SSS
# For use with Comma-separated value (CSV) files or other formats
# where the fields' values are separated by specified delimiters.
# Default:
#jmeter.save.saveservice.default_delimiter=,
# For TAB, since JMeter 2.3 one can use:
#jmeter.save.saveservice.default_delimiter=\t
# Only applies to CSV format files:
jmeter.save.saveservice.print_field_names=false
# Optional list of JMeter variable names whose values are to be saved in the result data files.
# Use commas to separate the names. For example:
#sample_variables=SESSION_ID,REFERENCE
# N.B. The current implementation saves the values in XML as attributes,
# so the names must be valid XML names.
# Versions of JMeter after 2.3.2 send the variable to all servers
# to ensure that the correct data is available at the client.
# Optional xml processing instruction for line 2 of the file:
#jmeter.save.saveservice.xml_pi=<?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="../extras/jmeter-results-detail-report_21.xsl"?>
# Prefix used to identify filenames that are relative to the current base
#jmeter.save.saveservice.base_prefix=~/
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Settings that affect SampleResults
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Save the start time stamp instead of the end
# This also affects the timestamp stored in result files
sampleresult.timestamp.start=true
# Whether to use System.nanoTime() - otherwise only use System.currentTimeMillis()
#sampleresult.useNanoTime=true
# Use a background thread to calculate the nanoTime offset
# Set this to <= 0 to disable the background thread
#sampleresult.nanoThreadSleep=5000
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Upgrade property
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# File that holds a record of name changes for backward compatibility issues
upgrade_properties=/bin/upgrade.properties
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# JMeter Proxy recorder configuration
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# If the proxy detects a gap of at least 1s (default) between HTTP requests,
# it assumes that the user has clicked a new URL
#proxy.pause=1000
# Add numeric prefix to Sampler names (default false)
#proxy.number.requests=true
# Change the default HTTP Sampler
# Java:
#jmeter.httpsampler=HTTPSampler
#or
#jmeter.httpsampler=Java
#
# Apache HTTPClient:
#jmeter.httpsampler=HTTPSampler2
#or
#jmeter.httpsampler=HttpClient3.1
#
# HttpClient4.x
#jmeter.httpsampler=HttpClient4
# Default content-type include filter to use
#proxy.content_type_include=text/html|text/plain|text/xml
# Default content-type exclude filter to use
#proxy.content_type_exclude=image/.*|text/css|application/.*
# Default headers to remove from Header Manager elements
# (Cookie and Authorization are always removed)
#proxy.headers.remove=If-Modified-Since,If-None-Match,Host
# Binary content-type handling
# These content-types will be handled by saving the request in a file:
#proxy.binary.types=application/x-amf,application/x-java-serialized-object
# The files will be saved in this directory:
#proxy.binary.directory=user.dir
# The files will be created with this file filesuffix:
#proxy.binary.filesuffix=.binary
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# JMeter Proxy configuration
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# use command-line flags for user-name and password
#http.proxyDomain=NTLM domain, if required by HTTPClient sampler
# SSL configuration
#proxy.cert.directory=.
#proxy.cert.file=proxyserver.jks
#proxy.cert.type=JKS
#proxy.cert.keystorepass=password
#proxy.cert.keypassword=password
#proxy.cert.factory=SunX509
#proxy.ssl.protocol=SSLv3
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# HTTPSampleResponse Parser configuration
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Space-separated list of parser groups
HTTPResponse.parsers=htmlParser wmlParser
# for each parser, there should be a parser.types and a parser.className property
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# HTML Parser configuration
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Define the HTML parser to be used.
# Default parser:
#htmlParser.className=org.apache.jmeter.protocol.http.parser.HtmlParserHTMLParser
# Other parsers:
#htmlParser.className=org.apache.jmeter.protocol.http.parser.JTidyHTMLParser
#htmlParser.className=org.apache.jmeter.protocol.http.parser.RegexpHTMLParser
#
htmlParser.types=text/html application/xhtml+xml application/xml text/xml
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# WML Parser configuration
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
wmlParser.className=org.apache.jmeter.protocol.http.parser.RegexpHTMLParser
wmlParser.types=text/vnd.wap.wml
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Remote batching configuration
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# How is Sample sender implementations configured:
# - true (default) means client configuration will be used
# - false means server configuration will be used
#sample_sender_client_configured=true
# Remote batching support
# default is Standard, which returns each sample synchronously
# Hold retains samples until end of test (may need lots of memory)
# Batch returns samples in batches
# Statistical returns sample summary statistics
# hold_samples was originally defined as a separate property,
# but can now also be defined using mode=Hold
# mode can also be the class name of an implementation of org.apache.jmeter.samplers.SampleSender
#mode=Standard
#mode=Batch
#mode=Hold
#mode=Statistical
#Set to true to key statistical samples on threadName rather than threadGroup
#key_on_threadname=false
#mode=Stripped
#mode=StrippedBatch
#mode=org.example.load.MySampleSender
#hold_samples=true
#
#num_sample_threshold=100
# Value is in milliseconds
#time_threshold=60000
#
# Asynchronous sender; uses a queue and background worker process to return the samples
#mode=Asynch
# default queue size
#asynch.batch.queue.size=100
#
# DiskStore: as for Hold mode, but serialises the samples to disk, rather than saving in memory
#mode=DiskStore
# Note: the mode is currently resolved on the client;
# other properties (e.g. time_threshold) are resolved on the server.
# To set the Monitor Health Visualiser buffer size, enter the desired value
# monitor.buffer.size=800
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# TCP Sampler configuration
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# The default handler class
#tcp.handler=TCPClientImpl
#
# eolByte = byte value for end of line
# set this to a value outside the range -128 to +127 to skip eol checking
#tcp.eolByte=1000
#
# status.prefix and suffix = strings that enclose the status response code
#tcp.status.prefix=Status=
#tcp.status.suffix=.
#
# status.properties = property file to convert codes to messages
#tcp.status.properties=mytestfiles/tcpstatus.properties
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Summariser - Generate Summary Results - configuration (mainly applies to non-GUI mode)
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# Define the following property to automatically start a summariser with that name
# (applies to non-GUI mode only)
#summariser.name=summary
#
# interval between summaries (in seconds) default 3 minutes
summariser.interval=15
#
# Write messages to log file
#summariser.log=true
#
# Write messages to System.out
#summariser.out=true
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# BeanShell configuration
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# BeanShell Server properties
#
# Define the port number as non-zero to start the http server on that port
#beanshell.server.port=9000
# The telnet server will be started on the next port
#
# Define the server initialisation file
beanshell.server.file=../extras/startup.bsh
#
# Define a file to be processed at startup
# This is processed using its own interpreter.
#beanshell.init.file=
#
# Define the intialisation files for BeanShell Sampler, Function and other BeanShell elements
# N.B. Beanshell test elements do not share interpreters.
# Each element in each thread has its own interpreter.
# This is retained between samples.
#beanshell.sampler.init=BeanShellSampler.bshrc
#beanshell.function.init=BeanShellFunction.bshrc
#beanshell.assertion.init=BeanShellAssertion.bshrc
#beanshell.listener.init=etc
#beanshell.postprocessor.init=etc
#beanshell.preprocessor.init=etc
#beanshell.timer.init=etc
# The file BeanShellListeners.bshrc contains sample definitions
# of Test and Thread Listeners.
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# MailerModel configuration
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Number of successful samples before a message is sent
#mailer.successlimit=2
#
# Number of failed samples before a message is sent
#mailer.failurelimit=2
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# CSVRead configuration
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# CSVRead delimiter setting (default ",")
# Make sure that there are no trailing spaces or tabs after the delimiter
# characters, or these will be included in the list of valid delimiters
#csvread.delimiter=,
#csvread.delimiter=;
#csvread.delimiter=!
#csvread.delimiter=~
# The following line has a tab after the =
#csvread.delimiter=
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# __time() function configuration
#
# The properties below can be used to redefine the default formats
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
#time.YMD=yyyyMMdd
#time.HMS=HHmmss
#time.YMDHMS=yyyyMMdd-HHmmss
#time.USER1=
#time.USER2=
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# CSV DataSet configuration
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# String to return at EOF (if recycle not used)
#csvdataset.eofstring=<EOF>
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# LDAP Sampler configuration
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Maximum number of search results returned by a search that will be sorted
# to guarantee a stable ordering (if more results then this limit are retruned
# then no sorting is done). Set to 0 to turn off all sorting, in which case
# "Equals" response assertions will be very likely to fail against search results.
#
#ldapsampler.max_sorted_results=1000
# Number of characters to log for each of three sections (starting matching section, diff section,
# ending matching section where not all sections will appear for all diffs) diff display when an Equals
# assertion fails. So a value of 100 means a maximum of 300 characters of diff text will be displayed
# (+ a number of extra characters like "..." and "[[["/"]]]" which are used to decorate it).
#assertion.equals_section_diff_len=100
# test written out to log to signify start/end of diff delta
#assertion.equals_diff_delta_start=[[[
#assertion.equals_diff_delta_end=]]]
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Miscellaneous configuration
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# If defined, then start the mirror server on the port
#mirror.server.port=8081
# ORO PatternCacheLRU size
#oro.patterncache.size=1000
#TestBeanGui
#
#propertyEditorSearchPath=null
# Turn expert mode on/off: expert mode will show expert-mode beans and properties
#jmeter.expertMode=true
# Maximum redirects to follow in a single sequence (default 5)
#httpsampler.max_redirects=5
# Maximum frame/iframe nesting depth (default 5)
#httpsampler.max_frame_depth=5
# Maximum await termination timeout (secs) when concurrent download embedded resources (default 60)
#httpsampler.await_termination_timeout=60
# Revert to BUG 51939 behaviour (no separate container for embedded resources) by setting the following false:
#httpsampler.separate.container=true
# If embedded resources download fails due to missing resources or other reasons, if this property is true
# Parent sample will not be marked as failed
#httpsampler.ignore_failed_embedded_resources=false
# The encoding to be used if none is provided (default ISO-8859-1)
#sampleresult.default.encoding=ISO-8859-1
# Network response size calculation method
# Use real size: number of bytes for response body return by webserver
# (i.e. the network bytes received for response)
# if set to false, the (uncompressed) response data size will used (default before 2.5)
# Include headers: add the headers size in real size
#sampleresult.getbytes.body_real_size=true
#sampleresult.getbytes.headers_size=true
# CookieManager behaviour - should cookies with null/empty values be deleted?
# Default is true. Use false to revert to original behaviour
#CookieManager.delete_null_cookies=true
# CookieManager behaviour - should variable cookies be allowed?
# Default is true. Use false to revert to original behaviour
#CookieManager.allow_variable_cookies=true
# CookieManager behaviour - should Cookies be stored as variables?
# Default is false
#CookieManager.save.cookies=false
# CookieManager behaviour - prefix to add to cookie name before storing it as a variable
# Default is COOKIE_; to remove the prefix, define it as one or more spaces
#CookieManager.name.prefix=
# CookieManager behaviour - check received cookies are valid before storing them?
# Default is true. Use false to revert to previous behaviour
#CookieManager.check.cookies=true
# (2.0.3) JMeterThread behaviour has been changed to set the started flag before
# the controllers are initialised. This is so controllers can access variables earlier.
# In case this causes problems, the previous behaviour can be restored by uncommenting
# the following line.
#jmeterthread.startearlier=false
# (2.2.1) JMeterThread behaviour has changed so that PostProcessors are run in forward order
# (as they appear in the test plan) rather than reverse order as previously.
# Uncomment the following line to revert to the original behaviour
#jmeterthread.reversePostProcessors=true
# (2.2) StandardJMeterEngine behaviour has been changed to notify the listeners after
# the running version is enabled. This is so they can access variables.
# In case this causes problems, the previous behaviour can be restored by uncommenting
# the following line.
#jmeterengine.startlistenerslater=false
# Number of milliseconds to wait for a thread to stop
#jmeterengine.threadstop.wait=5000
#Whether to invoke System.exit(0) in server exit code after stopping RMI
#jmeterengine.remote.system.exit=false
# Whether to call System.exit(1) on failure to stop threads in non-GUI mode.
# If this is disabled, it may be necessary to kill the JVM externally
#jmeterengine.stopfail.system.exit=true
# How long to pause (in ms) in the daemon thread before reporting that the JVM has failed to exit.
# If the value is <= 0, the JMeter does not start the daemon thread
#jmeter.exit.check.pause=2000
# If running non-GUI, then JMeter listens on the following port for a shutdown message.
# To disable, set the port to 1000 or less.
#jmeterengine.nongui.port=4445
#
# If the initial port is busy, keep trying until this port is reached
# (to disable searching, set the value less than or equal to the .port property)
#jmeterengine.nongui.maxport=4455
# How often to check for shutdown during ramp-up (milliseconds)
#jmeterthread.rampup.granularity=1000
#Should JMeter expand the tree when loading a test plan?
#onload.expandtree=true
# Maximum size of HTML page that can be displayed; default=200 * 1024
# Set to 0 to disable the size check
#view.results.tree.max_size=0
#JMS options
# Enable the following property to stop JMS Point-to-Point Sampler from using
# the properties java.naming.security.[principal|credentials] when creating the queue connection
#JMSSampler.useSecurity.properties=false
# Set the following value to true in order to skip the delete confirmation dialogue
#confirm.delete.skip=false
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# Classpath configuration
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# List of paths (separated by ;) to search for additional JMeter extension classes
# - for example new GUI elements and samplers
# These are in addition to lib/ext. Do not use this for utility jars.
#search_paths=/app1/lib;/app2/lib
# Users can define additional classpath items by setting the property below
# - for example, utility jars or JUnit test cases
#
# Use the default separator for the host version of Java
# Paths with spaces may cause problems for the JVM
#user.classpath=../classes;../jars/jar1.jar
# Classpath finder
# ================
# The classpath finder currently needs to load every single JMeter class to find
# the classes it needs.
# For non-GUI mode, it's only necessary to scan for Function classes, but all classes
# are still loaded.
# All current Function classes include ".function." in their name,
# and none include ".gui." in the name, so the number of unwanted classes loaded can be
# reduced by checking for these. However, if a valid function class name does not match
# these restrictions, it will not be loaded. If problems are encountered, then comment
# or change the following properties:
classfinder.functions.contain=.functions.
classfinder.functions.notContain=.gui.
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# Additional property files to load
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Should JMeter automatically load additional JMeter properties?
# File name to look for (comment to disable)
user.properties=user.properties
# Should JMeter automatically load additional system properties?
# File name to look for (comment to disable)
system.properties=system.properties