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From Berin Loritsch <blorit...@apache.org>
Subject Recent test results
Date Wed, 30 Jan 2002 22:13:24 GMT
I ran another round of load tests on Cocoon, and the results are much more encouraging.
I noticed just how much quicker Cocoon was at rendering the Avalon site, so here are my
numbers:

URL 
					num requests 	 max time 	 min time 	average  	std-dev
http://localhost/cocoon/documents/index.html 
  40.00	 	 1,422.00 	 20.00 		128.20	 	251.70
http://localhost/cocoon/hello.html 
  	 78.00	 	 1,542.00 	 0   	 	234.40	 	440.06
http://localhost/cocoon/hello.svg 
	 73.00 		 701.00 	 0   	 	41.56 	 	92.15
http://localhost/cocoon/hello.wrl 
	 73.00 		 851.00 	 0   	 	52.70 	 	132.17
http://localhost/cocoon/i18n/simple.xsp 
  	 41.00 		 1,722.00 	 40.00	 	263.02 	 	392.57
http://localhost/cocoon/moreover/moreover.xml 
  61.00 	 	113,033.00 	 12,708.00	38,660.79	21,067.11
http://localhost/cocoon/slashdot/slashdot.xml 
  68.00 		 23,013.00 	 391.00 	 9,100.29 	 7,168.80
http://localhost/cocoon/welcome 
  		 78.00	 	 881.00 	 10.00 		 55.56 		 104.27
http://localhost/cocoon/xsp/simple 
	 40.00 		 280.00 	 20.00 		 77.63 		 56.06
TOTAL 
					 552.00 	 113,033.00 	 0   	 	5,401.57 	 7,050.03
TOTAL (minus remote)				 423.00 	 1,722.00 	 0   		 121.87 	 154.28


When you consider even the painfully slow pages like moreover.xml and slashdot.xml, your average
number of
requests per second is only 11.11.

However, when all resources are local, we have an average of 492.34 requests per second.

This is almost 400% improvement over about a week ago.


-- 

"They that give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety
  deserve neither liberty nor safety."
                 - Benjamin Franklin


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