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From Ludovic Maitre <Ludovic.Mai...@sophia.inria.fr>
Subject Re: How to measure Apache-Tomcat performance?
Date Wed, 21 Feb 2001 10:25:12 GMT
Hello,

Perhaps that you can use the ab tool from Apache (part of the support
tools optionnaly installed with apache 1.3)

After you can use it with command like :
ab -n 2100 -c 300 http://monserveur/mapage.jsp
(-n : number of connection, -c : number of concurrent connection)
After you have test a jsp page, perhaps you can try to test an html page
of the same size.

I hope it could help you,  please send back info if you find other
tools/protocol for benchmarking Apache/Tomcat.

It is also a file test-tomcat.xml on the tomcat distribution (in
/src/etc/) that perhaps you could modify for your tests.


Regards,

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