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4/11/2017
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I need some information regarding the output generated after load testing. I have tested load for 100 VUs so what does the following mean: Median(s), 90%(s), 95%(s), 99%(s), Max(s) and Std Dev..

Also, Is the Avg(s) what we get is average of 100 users response timing ?
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4/11/2017
George @StresStimulus
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The description of these performance parameters is provided below:



90% (s)
The maximum response time after excluding the slowest 10% of page iterations
95% (s)
The maximum response time after excluding the slowest 5% of page iterations
99% (s)
The maximum response time after excluding the slowest 1% of page iterations
Max. (s)
The maximum response time
STD
The response time standard deviation is a statistical metrics that helps to find the story behind the data.
Here are some references about STD:
http://www.robertniles.com/stats/stdev.shtml
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standard_deviation



A complete description of the performance metrics on the page details report is provided here http://support.stresstimulus.com/display/doc46/Page+Details

The Avg(s) is, as you correctly noted, the average of all users response times.
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