Configuring one slave per machine

In this configuration, we will set up three slave machines and control them with one master client. This will mimic having four separate physical machines with one of them acting as the master (where the JMeter GUI client runs) and the other three machines acting as slave nodes (where the JMeter server scripts are kicked-off). Perform the following steps:

  1. Download the Vagrant project provided for this section from https://github.com/ptwj/slave_master/archive/v3.zip.
  2. Extract the contents to a folder of your choice, for example, ch6_01.
  3. On the command line, go to the extracted folder.
  4. Run vagrant up n1.
  5. If prompted, choose the appropriate connection to bridge. If you are on a wireless connection, for example, ...

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