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From "Remy Maucherat" <r...@apache.org>
Subject Re: On what HelloWorldExample performance predicts
Date Thu, 09 Nov 2000 00:15:09 GMT
On what HelloWorldExample performance predicts>Roy: Well, not quite: it also
predicts an upper bound on the avg thruput, and a lower >bound bound on the
average response time, of any more resource-intensive request on >the
machine where the resource measurements were taken.

I don't agree with that.
The upper bound to thoughtput would be measured on a servlet which would
output a significant chunk of data (more than 50K, I would say), while not
doing anything else. Hello world outputs a small amount of data (the time
spent parsing the request becomes more significant), and does other stuff in
the process (IO, ...).
The lower bound to response time is a servlet which does nothing.

How about creating a new "perf" webapp which would contain a selection of
tests ?

Remy


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