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How to Analyze JMeter result?

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In JMeter By Record and playback option I perform an Action (i,e) ->  My application -> login -> home page (i just login to my application). process have been recorded

Now if I want to do performance testing so, I increase the number of Threads as 50 with delay of 30 (So for each 30 sec new user will login) and I gave loop count as 2 

(i,e)  50 user's login to my application for every 30 sec this process will run twice . and also I add Listener (View Result in Table and Graph result, summary Report) 

now how to analyze the result? 

I saw the graph result and table view result -> how to identify the performance (By which term I can tell the performance of my application)

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You have to  use co relation because you have increase number of threads and run your jmx file in non gui mode.

Its my suggestion..
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commented by (143 points)
Thank You @Mayur
Do you have any idea about this ?
commented by (672 points)
1>it seems you have not make testresult file in bin folder
apache jmeter-bin -(TestResult.jtl)
2> if you want log then give as like
jmeter -n -t YourJmeterTestPlan.jmx -l TestResultFile.jtl  -j LogFile.log

Please let me know
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Hi Bharat,

Thank you for your answer. Is that answer related to the question https://softwaretestingboard.com/qna/2738/?vadt=true#axzz53t2jvvnw,

If so, please post your answer there.

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Yes, it seems like test result file in bin folder is missing
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