[erlang-questions] Waht is Page & Match indicates in Tsung statistics? Also need explantion about tsung statistics & graph report

Venkatesh Subramani venkatesh.s@REDACTED
Thu May 19 13:07:23 CEST 2016


I am new for Tsung to load testing ejabberd chat server using XMPP. I'm
doing the register process by using Register script file. In that, I have
configured in request tag as

      <match do="abort" when="nomatch">error</match>
      <jabber type="register" ack="local" id="new"></jabber>

I have run the test for 100k users with interval time 0.008 for 15 minutes.
I have the got the report as no match is 99932 and match is 68. I have
referred many sites but not got satisfied on that.

My clarification is

   - Why 68 is in Match counter? and What it indicates?
   - Also I need explanation for whole tsung-statistics and graph report
   that have been attached.
   - When No match condition is satisfied for all users. Such time, Page
   details is not coming in Main statistics. If condition is not satisfied,
   then page details is coming in Main statistics. So, i have confused a lot
   in page means. What is page indicates?


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