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From "Gerhard Froehlich" <g-froehl...@gmx.de>
Subject AW: [C2] Loadtest
Date Mon, 20 Aug 2001 20:05:29 GMT
Hi,
>Did you ever try the Web Stress Tool vom Microsoft
>(http://webtool.rte.microsoft.com)?
>Its for free, and has lot of options to simulate simultanous load, and
>you can record real-world sample scripts on the fly using IE. Of course,
>you're not limited to test windows systems, only the client is a windows
>program.
No, but I will download it now and run it against cocoon2 beta2. Thanx
a lot for the hint.
>I've did some load testing with it on two cocoon2b2-based projects, with
>two-folded results (which still have to analyse more if i find the
>time):
>
> - the first one is a project for a cocoon-based web site with 3 dozens
>tables and a couple SQL Statements using ESQL for each page request. I
>served 50 simulatnous user without acceptable performance degradation
>and _without_ caching (only XSL Stylesheets were cached). CPU time and
>memory consumption remaind constant.
>
> - the second project is a web application with combination of Cococon2
>and JSP-Pages, very complex SQL Statements using ESQL and complex
>transformations, in combination with static XML files (XML files and XSL
>stylesheet cached). In this configuration i have very poor performance,
>a 1GHz Server with 512MB RAM can seems to be full loaded at 10 users!
But this seems to be a problem of the pipeline processing. Maybe the
different transformers or the serializers have a problem.

Cheers
Gerhard

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