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WinTimerTester is a straightforward Windows program that allows users to view the current values of their hardware timer. This lightweight utility comes with an intuitive graphical interface accessible to both professionals and rookies. If you want to modify the default timer resolution of your monitor, you may use special tools like Timer Resolution.
This software is capable of accessing the high precision event timer in-built into your computer. After starting the utility, you are presented with a small window that includes all the relevant information about the current performance.
Please note, it is necessary to click on the start button to start the timer. You can also stop the monitoring process or reset it. If the last value in the Ratio sections displays 1.0000 or more, it means the high precision event timer is enabled. If the number is less than the aforementioned one, the component is disabled.
The main reason you would want to disable HPET is that this timer often leads to worse FPS in games and is actively hindering a possible lower system latency. The increase in FPS is well documented therefore there is no reason for you to not go ahead with the tweak.
Once off, your system will use the TSC timer which is an on-die timer that has lower latencies than HPET, which is located on the chipset. Currently, all modern CPUs produced by Intel/AMD have the capability to work on Invariant TSC or Constant TSC which is preferred for better performance.
The reason you do not want the extra digits is that these cause your inputs and mouse polling rate to be skippy and all over the place. You might not necessarily feel it the moment you pick up your mouse, but your inputs will feel snappier once you disable HPET and synthetic timers.
To take full advantage of all of the CMD tweaks you have done related to timers you need to use some software like Intelligent standby list cleaner that will allow you to tweak your timer resolution manually (and also other features like cleaning your system memory) to achieve a lower value.
With all of these tweaks done to your PC, you should download MouseTester and TimerBench to ensure that you are using Invariant TSC and that your mouse polling forms a stable graph that indicates that your latency is nice and tight. If everything looks alright this means that you have completed your tasks properly.
Hello, the stability of the system is not impacted at all since you are simply changing a software timer for a hardware one. At the same time certain applications might not play nice if you do use a timer resolution that is lower than 1 ms, but i have yet to meet a case where this was a big issue.
Here is another example you can download.This has two Regular Expressions and ForEach Controllers.The first RE matches, but the second does not match,so no samples are run by the second ForEach Controller
The generated sample time includes all the times for the nested samplers excluding by default (since 2.11) timers and processing time of pre/post processors unless checkbox "Include duration of timer and pre-post processors in generated sample" is checked. Depending on the clock resolution, it may be slightly longer than the sum of the individual samplers plus timers. The clock might tick after the controller recorded the start time but before the first sample starts. Similarly at the end.
The Control Panel (above) shows an example of an HTML display. Figure 9 (below) shows an example of an XML display. Figure 9a (below) shows an example of a Regexp tester display. Figure 9b (below) shows an example of a Document display.
The throughput is calculated from the point of view of the sampler target(e.g. the remote server in the case of HTTP samples).JMeter takes into account the total time over which the requests have been generated.If other samplers and timers are in the same thread, these will increase the total time,and therefore reduce the throughput value.So two identical samplers with different names will have half the throughput of two samplers with the same name.It is important to choose the sampler names correctly to get the best results fromthe Aggregate Report.
The throughput is calculated from the point of view of the sampler target(e.g. the remote server in the case of HTTP samples).JMeter takes into account the total time over which the requests have been generated.If other samplers and timers are in the same thread, these will increase the total time,and therefore reduce the throughput value.So two identical samplers with different names will have half the throughput of two samplers with the same name.It is important to choose the sampler labels correctly to get the best results fromthe Report.
This timer pauses each thread request for a random amount of time, with mostof the time intervals occurring near a particular value.The total delay is the sum of the Gaussian distributed value (with mean 0.0 and standard deviation 1.0) timesthe deviation value you specify, and the offset value.Another way to explain it, in Gaussian Random Timer, the variation around constant offset has a Gaussian curve distribution.
This timer introduces variable pauses, calculated to keep the total throughput (in terms of samples per minute) as close as possible to a given figure. Of course the throughput will be lower if the server is not capable of handling it, or if other timers or time-consuming test elements prevent it.
N.B. although the Timer is called the Constant Throughput timer, the throughput value does not need to be constant.It can be defined in terms of a variable or function call, and the value can be changed during a test.The value can be changed in various ways:
This timer introduces variable pauses, calculated to keep the total throughput (e.g. in terms of samples per minute) as close as possible to a given figure. The timer does not generate threads, so the resulting throughput will be lower if the server is not capable of handling it, or if other timers add too big delays, or if there's not enough threads, or time-consuming test elements prevent it.
As you might know, the timers are inherited by all the siblings and their child elements. That is why one of the best places for Precise Throughput Timer is under the first element in a test loop. For instance, you might add a dummy sampler at the beginning, and place the timer under that dummy sampler
Test duration (seconds) is there so the timer ensures exact number of samples for a given test duration. Precise Throughput Timer creates a schedule for the samples at the test startup. For instance, if you wish to perform 5 minutes test with 60 per hour throughput, you would set Test duration (seconds) to 300. This enables to configure throughput in a business-friendly way. Note: Test duration (seconds) does not limit test duration. It is just a hint for the timer.
For instance, if you want to perform 2-week long test with 5'000 per hour rate, then you probably want to have exactly 5'000 samples for each hour. You can set Test duration (seconds) property of the timer of the timer to 1 hour. Then the timer would create a schedule of 5'000 samples for an hour, and when the schedule is exhausted, the timer would generate a schedule for the next hour.
At the same time, you can set Test duration (seconds) to 2 weeks, and the timer would generate a schedule with 168'000 samples = 2 weeks * 5'000 samples/hour = 2*7*24*500. The schedule would take ~30ms to generate, and it would consume a little more than 1 megabyte.
This timer pauses each thread request for a random amount of time, with mostof the time intervals occurring near a particular value. The total delay is thesum of the Poisson distributed value, and the offset value.
This Pre-Processor schedules a timer task to interrupt a sample if it takes too long to complete.The timeout is ignored if it is zero or negative.For this to work, the sampler must implement Interruptible.The following samplers are known to do so: AJP, BeanShell, FTP, HTTP, Soap, AccessLog, MailReader, JMS Subscriber, TCPSampler, TestAction, JavaSampler
[By default, JMeter uses a Callable to interrupt the sampler.This executes in the same thread as the timer, so if the interrupt takes a long while,it may delay the processing of subsequent timeouts.This is not expected to be a problem, but if necessary the property InterruptTimer.useRunnablecan be set to true to use a separate Runnable thread instead of the Callable.]
As discussed in the 'Confirm timers are Active' section of this document, IOS-XE increments the 'Triggered Events' column for the 'EEM Applets' client row in the output of 'show event manager statistics server' every time an EEM applet is fired. To verify your EEM script works as expected, perform your trigger event several times and examine the output of 'show event manager statistics server' to confirm this value increments. If it does not, your script has not triggered.
Replace 4.8 with the version of GCC that was installed on the system in the stepabove. Unlike on RedHat where 32-bit Python can co-exist with native Python,Ubuntu requires the source to be downloaded and built.
You can use the buttons to control the stopwatch timer, but you can also control it via hotkeys. To make the app even more efficient, you can set up hotkeys for the actions performed by this application. You can change this default format in the Settings window.
MQTT (Message Queuing Telemetry Transport) is a lightweight and widely adopted messaging protocol that is designed for constrained devices. AWS IoT Core support for MQTT is based on the MQTT v3.1.1 specification and the MQTT v5.0 specification, with some differences, as documented in AWS IoT differences from MQTT specifications. As the latest version of the standard, MQTT 5 introduces several key features that make an MQTT-based system more robust, including new scalability enhancements, improved error reporting with reason code responses, message and session expiry timers, and custom user message headers. For more information about MQTT 5 features that AWS IoT Core supports, see MQTT 5 supported features. AWS IoT Core also supports cross MQTT version (MQTT 3 and MQTT 5) communication. An MQTT 3 publisher can send an MQTT 3 message to an MQTT 5 subscriber that will be receiving an MQTT 5 publish message, and vice versa. 2b1af7f3a8