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From Ortwin Gl├╝ck <...@odi.ch>
Subject Re: The future of 'contrib-benchmark'...
Date Wed, 02 May 2007 07:34:27 GMT
Hi Asanka,

Personally I have no problem with making contrib-benchmark a real 
product. It's merely I a question of resources. I'd like to hold a 
public poll to get an idea of how much public interest is in this 
package. At the same time I'd like to ask for volunteer maintainers. 
It's probably not much work to just maintain it's API compatibility 
(i.e. "it compiles"). It's more work to fix bugs and enhance features.


Asankha C. Perera wrote:
> Hi Oleg
> I am much interested to see the code currently in the 'contrib' 
> benchmark package publicized and given its due recognition esp since 
> most of the load testing tools currently out there have serious costs or 
> limitations. From my point of view even AB does not cut it well as it 
> fails to properly handle chunked responses and SSL (I may be wrong 
> here!) I have made a few enhancements to the code to support concurrent 
> user simulation and to support https, and for what I use it for (Web 
> services), its almost equal to AB in performance.. so I simply love it!
> Do you have any plans for this code under HttpCore or do you see it 
> becoming a module or sub project etc? I would like to see this being 
> made available for the public to use.. and would be willing to 
> contribute more to this effort.
> thanks
> asankha

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