How to do best Load, Stress, and Performance Testing? Let’s learn by looking at link given below.
Not necessarily, compression yields best results if we are dynamically compressing very huge data sets.
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* Five test cases as described above.
* Each test case is run independently, with the target web server being rebooted between each test.
* For each test case, there are two tests: a baseline without compression, and a test with compression enabled.
* Every VU (virtual user) runs the same test case, with a 1-second delay in between.
* Each VU is simulating a 5Mbps connection (e.g. cable/DSL connection).
* Each test is 8 minutes in length, starting with 50 users and increasing the load by 50 users every two minutes at random intervals inside that minute, to a maximum load of 200 users.
* 5 second sample period.
* The test parameters were determined through a number of preliminary tests that gauged the performance that each load engine was capable of, and to make sure that consumed bandwidth was not high enough to impact the test.
Each test run followed these steps:
1. Turn compression in the Apache configuration on or off, depending on the test
2. Restart the server
3. Start the server monitoring agent
4. Run the load test
Software Versions and Settings
* Zlib version 1.2.3-3 (default compression setting of 6)
* Apache 2.2.3-11.el5_1.centos.3
* pre-fork MPM
* StartServers 5
* ServerLimit 1000
* MaxClients 1000
* MaxRequestsPerChild 10000
* KeepAlive on
* KeepAliveRequests 0 (unlimited)
* KeepAliveTimeout 30
See link below for same thing described above and graphs:
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look, Anti TheGreenYogiJunkieNotFunkyBuddha Techie , I know the GreenYofi Personally too from EverestUncesored where he has contributed a lot till now. You cannot blame anybody simply you do not like somebody.
Anti TheGreenYogiJunkieNotFunkyBuddha Techie
wtf was that dude?
hehe… seems like some nursery guy is on the way.
first read it carefully. wheretf is it mentioned that it is intended for linux?
hole! shoe me that.
just Another lamer on the blogging path.
Are you a nerd ThegreenYogi? The Article itslef shows that it si intended for Linux machine but u can use Windows with some modifications. Ok Tell me, what is VU (Virtual User)?
How can you create one million Virtual Users that access http://cnn.com every minute?
All in this blog site everest uncensored are not Techies but junkies commenting right and left but not showing technical Aptitude.
Superb The GreenYogi, ur questions are to the point. I virtualized the Environment Platform as the writer did.
alikato more specific tarika le explain garam na bro…
load,stress and performance testing i got that but in which OS environmnet is is windows/linux/BSD/solaris???
would u be more explanative bro?