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From Ben Cuthbert <cuthbert....@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Smart Load testing and Apache Webserver
Date Sat, 02 Sep 2006 09:36:45 GMT
Well i was planning just to start with simple get of 3 html pages.  
But we plan stream data over the connection which would be about
50K a packet.

And for the test i have a gigabit switch and a sun T2000 VS a Linux  
ADM solution.


On 1 Sep 2006, at 22:47, Charles Michener wrote:

> Ben - as an aside -
>
> 1: What size of average return page are you using?
>
> 2: What level of hardware and network connection are you using to  
> handle this load?
>
> Thanks - Charles Michener
>
> Ben Cuthbert <cuthbert.ben@gmail.com> wrote:
> All
>
> I have setup a simple Apache server with a Jboss back end and i want
> to test the through put and number of clients
> the apache server can serve by getting an index.html page from the
> Jboss server.
>
> I have tried using Jmeter and ap, and httperf all of which give me
> different results. So my question is which one should i trust,
> and which one is the best to use.
>
> I want to simulate 1000 connected users, each doing 100 requests. And
> then get the avg, min , max response time for those sessions.
>
>
>
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