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JMeter2Influxdb

Read JMeter results in a csv file and put results in Influxdb database

The Influxdb database must be CREATED before import results.

The jmeter2influxdb tool will create

  • jmeter_sampler
  • jmeter_events

In the jmeter_sampler, this fields will be created if present in the csv file :

  • elapsed (mandatory)
  • label (mandatory)
  • responseCode (mandatory)
  • threadName
  • success (mandatory)
  • bytes (mandatory)
  • sentBytes
  • grpThreads
  • allThreads
  • Latency
  • Hostname
  • IdleTime
  • Connect
  • responseMessage (If present, try to parse responseMessage value to a long and create responseMessageLong field in InfluxDB)

and this fields will be add :

  • path (file path)
  • status (OK or KO)
  • testLabel

Example :

time,Connect,Hostname,IdleTime,Latency,allThreads,application,bytes,elapsed,grpThreads,label,path,responseCode,sentBytes,status,success,testLabel,threadName
25/04/2017 10:28:59,476,ITEM-82140,122,1564,1,gestdoc,1528,1565,1,P1_01_ACCUEIL,/resultat/res2.csv,200,387,OK,True,tir9,GRP1_STATS 1-1

In the jmeter_events, 2 lines will be add :

  • time,testLabel started
  • time,testLabel ended

Example :

25/04/2018 10:28:59,tir9 started
25/04/2018 10:33:59,tir9 ended

Commande line -help

Need Java 1.8 to run

usage: io.github.soprasteria.jmeterplugins.influxdb.ImportJMeterLogIntoInfluxdb -application <application> -database
       <database> -delimiter <delimiter> [-help] -influxdb_url <influxdb_url> -jmeter_file_in <jmeter_file_in> -label
       <label> [-multiply_value_by <multiply_value_by>] [-parse_response_message <parse_response_message>] [-password
       <password>] -timestamp_format <timestamp_format> [-trace_level <trace_level>] [-user <user>]
io.github.soprasteria.jmeterplugins.influxdb.ImportJMeterLogIntoInfluxdb
 -application <application>                         application name (ex : myApplication)
 -database <database>                               influxdb database name (must be CREATED before importation)
 -delimiter <delimiter>                             csv character separator corresponding to
                                                    jmeter.save.saveservice.default_delimiter in jmeter.properties
                                                    (usually , or ; or \t)
 -help                                              Help and show parameters
 -influxdb_url <influxdb_url>                       url to the influxdb (ex : http://localhost:8086)
 -jmeter_file_in <jmeter_file_in>                   JMeter results csv file in (ex res.csv)
 -label <label>                                     load test label (ex : test2)
 -multiply_value_by <multiply_value_by>             PerfMon values are multiply by 1000 so the multipy value to get the
                                                    good value is 0.001, ex 4000 x 0.001 = 4 the correct value, set
                                                    -multiply_value_by 0.001 for PerfMon results
 -parse_response_message <parse_response_message>   for JMXMon, DBMon file set to true because values are in the
                                                    reponseMessage field (default false for JMeter csv result file or
                                                    PerfMon)
 -password <password>                               password for influxdb connection
 -timestamp_format <timestamp_format>               timestamp format corresponding to
                                                    jmeter.save.saveservice.timestamp_format in jmeter.properties (ms or
                                                    Simple Date Format with ms precision)
 -trace_level <trace_level>                         trace level (WARN = defaut, INFO = good trace level, DEBUG = be
                                                    carefull very verbose)
 -user <user>                                       login for influxdb connection
Ex : java -jar jmeter2influxdb-<version>-jar-with-dependencies.jar -jmeter_file_in res.csv -timestamp_format "yyyy-MM-dd
HH:mm:ss.SSS" -delimiter ";" -influxdb_url http://localhost:8086 -user mylogin -password mypassword -database jmeterdb
-label "test2" -application "myapplication" -parse_response_message false -trace_level WARN

Filtred results or XML file format

The result is not filtred, all lines are read and put in Influxdb.

If you need to filter results or the result file format is XML not CSV, the Filter Results tool could be use.

Result file for JMeter sampler results, PerfMon monitoring, JMX Monitoring, DataBase Monitoring

https://jmeter-plugins.org/wiki/FilterResultsTool/

Import PerfMon log

You can import monitoring log from PerfMon JMeter Plugins (Performance Monitoring with PerfMon Agent)

https://jmeter-plugins.org/wiki/PerfMon/

The monitor value is in the field elapsed but the true value is = elapsed/1000

So use parameter : -multiply_value_by 0.001

Import JMXMon log

You can import monitoring log from JMXMon JMeter Plugins (Java Managment Extension Monitoring)

https://jmeter-plugins.org/wiki/JMXMon/

The monitor value is in the field responseMessage, the value is parse in long and save in the InfluxDB is the field responseMessageLong

For example In the CSV file, the field responseMessage value is 10 and in the InfluxDB the field responseMessageLong value is 10 In the CSV file, the field responseMessage value is 4.3294864E7 and in the InfluxDB the field responseMessageLong value is 43294864

Use parameter : -parse_response_message true

Import DBMon log

You can import monitoring log from DBMon JMeter Plugins (Data Base Monitoring)

https://jmeter-plugins.org/wiki/DbMon/

The monitor value is in the field responseMessage, the value is parse in long and save in the InfluxDB is the field responseMessageLong

For example In the CSV file, the field responseMessage value is 500 and in the InfluxDB the field responseMessageLong value is 500

Use parameter : -parse_response_message true

Show graphs results

You could use Grafana to display graphs

Examples : (clic on image to show full resolution image) Grafana display graphs

Results and monitoring PerfMon, JMXMon, DBMon Grafana display graphs2

License

See the LICENSE file (Apache 2) https://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

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