Using Jmeter to Test Performance and Scalability September 4, 2013 in Development, Drupal 6 Comments on this post. Bob Useful article. But there is also Drupal plugin which generates JMX automatically? Did you try it? Hunter Fox Nope, but does look interesting, thanks! http://www.blazemeter.com/ Daniela Sztulwark Hey Hunter-this was a great overview on JMeter usage. If you want more info-take a gander at our ‘Getting started with JMeter’ set of tutorial videos (http://blazemeter.com/blog/jmeter-tutorial-video-series). Let me know if they worked for you . Hunter Fox Hiya, Thank you; I personally not into video learning, but I’m sure other’s will find it useful =) Real link: http://blazemeter.com/blog/jmeter-tutorial-video-series ( ending ) got added to the end of yours which lead to a 403) Guest Hi, I also noticed that this is not working if you are logged in as super user account(admin). Guest Hi Hunter, thanks to you. This helped me on my drupal project. One thing, Posting a comment on drupal7 is not working if user is logged in as admin. Other account was working perfectly.