[httperf] how do I simulate real users
Tue, 19 Dec 2000 18:02:36 -0500 (EST)
> >>>>> On Tue, 5 Dec 2000 19:50:44 -0500 (EST), Paonia Ezrine <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
> Paonia> I want to simulate 100 concurrent users. I therefore need
> Paonia> not to have persistent connections on. I would also like to
> Paonia> be able to control the number of connections simulated at
> Paonia> any one time. I have been using: httperf --server cypher
> Paonia> --port 8080 --uri /jontest.html --num-conns 50000 rate 1200
> Paonia> --hog and though this seems close, it does not really do it.
> Paonia> I would also like to be able to control the speed of each or
> Paonia> all clients so I could simulate a dsl,14.4,28.8,t1 user.
> Paonia> Any help would be very much apreciated.
> Simulating users does not require persistent connections. However, it
> does mean that you'll probably want to use one of the session-oriented
> workload generators. In httperf-speak, a "session" is roughly
> equivalent to a user. See the description of options --wsess and/or
> --wsesslog in the manpage for more details.
Ok, I am back at it. Here is what I used:
httperf --server switch --port 80 --uri /jontest.html --wsess=500,100,0
--burst-len 100 --hog
I was not sure if this was doing persistent connections. I need to not
be doing persistent connections.
What I want to do here is simulate a large number of seperate users each
doing one hit and going away. I would like to be able to control the max
number of users who are trying to connect, but if I can't that is fine. I
think the above might be close but it looks like it is only doing 4 users
getting one url each. Because of --max-connections being fixed at 4.
Any help would be very much apreciated.
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