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  2. JENKINS-45288

Responding time graphs should ignore samples with error - Customisable by user

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      Current Behaviour : Responding time graphs of each URI generated by Performance Plugin includes responses with errors. This current behaviour is described in the resolved issue JENKINS-26988.
      From our point of view, this behaviour does not give a good view of the quality of the service and leads to confusion. This behaviour should be customisable by the user
      => [Ignores or includes errors in response time]

      Example :
      -> The 2 regular criterias for a Service Level Agreement are Response Time and Error Rate.
      -> Errors can either be timeout of the 3rd party (leads to extra long response time) or Front end global error (leads to extra short response time).
      => In case of Error Rate increase between 2 builds, the responding time graphs are highly modified and show an unstability of response times, even if the application have super stable response time (success cases).

      As attached,

      • an example of the current behaviour (responding time including error response)
        => At first view, a high instability of response time !!
      • the same result source (.csv) but for not successfull responses we have suffixed the URI by _error
        => High stability of response time (120sec) but an high rate of errors

      Best regards,

      Quentin

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            undera Andrey Pokhilko
            quentinb Quentin Bernard
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