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How to get log from remote JMeter Node (jmeter-server)?

I'm very new to JMeter and I got a problem - I wasn't able to get jmeter log if I'm using JMeter with remote Node. I'm starting JMeter by Maven plugin, command looks like: jmeter -n -t my_settings.jmx -l my_result.jtl -r -R <IP_OF_REMOTE_NODE> -X and on the remote node I'm starting[ jmeter training]( server by command like: ./jmeter -Djava.rmi.server.hostname= -Dserver_port=1099 -s in the logs of our product and in the logs of JMeter I see that the testing is going correctly, but in this case 'my_result.jtl' file is empty, I was expecting that remote node should send the logs back and 'master' should put it to 'my_result.jtl', it seems I got something wrong. Could you please advise - is it possible in my case to get *jtl report from remote node? Or at least point for remote node where to put the *jtl report. The last message in the jmeter log (not jtl) of 'master' node (from which I'm running mvn plugin) is: jmeter.JMeter: Remote engines have been started

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Hi, Your question seems to be totally related to JMeter usage and it has nothing to do with the Denodo Platform so I would address this question to any JMeter community. On the other hand, I have used JMeter many times to test the load performance of the Denodo Platform without facing any problem. Hope this helps.
Denodo Team
17-10-2017 10:27:58 -0400
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