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From "Paulo Cheque" <pauloche...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Stress test requirements
Date Tue, 17 Oct 2006 12:42:08 GMT
Try to use JMeter of Apache. It is very nice and has a intuitive GUI.

On 10/17/06, Rizwan Merchant <rizwan.merchant@sysconet.ca> wrote:
>
> Hi,
> We are running a web app using tomcat 5.5.15, hibernate, spring, struts
> and mysql on a FC4 linux box. We also have mod_jk set up wih the apache
> web server to forward requests to tomcat.
>
> We would like to stress test the application. Can someone guide me as to
> how I can begin doing this and if there are any well documented guides
> to stress test and application of this sort? We are trying to answer
> questions of the following nature:
>
> 1. Are there any memory leaks in the application?
> 2. Are there any db connection leaks? (We are using dbcp)
> 3. How many concurrent users can the application handle?
> 4. Any other performance issues that need to be fixed.
>
> What kind of tools can I use for this sort of stress test? Does the
> machine we stress test on have to be EXACTLY the same as the production
> environment (hardware particularly)?
>
> Thanks,
> -Riz.
>
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