I don't know how many people use autograph. I use it occasionally, and find it useful for sharing pretty graphs. I SHOULD be able to merge a patch. NCS 8/2010
Autograph drives httperf, varying the request rate and graphing the output. This exercise provides graphical data showing how the requested resources hold up under an increasing rate, particularly with request to response time and achieved request rate.
Start off with broad ranges and zero in on rate/call/connection limits Run from a server, not your laptop, you don't want to be limited by your internet connection.
No 'AcceptEncoding' support
Limited to the load generation capabilities of a single server.
autograph --host example.com --low-rate 5 --high-rate 25 --rate-step 5 --num-conns 25 autograph --host example.com --low-rate 10 --high-rate 50 --rate-step 10 --output-file my_load_test.html
Julian T J Midgley Autobench www.xenoclast.org/autobench/
Ilya Grigorik Autoperf github.com/igrigorik/autoperf/tree
HP httperf www.hpl.hp.com/research/linux/httperf/
Autograph Copyright © 2009 Nick Stielau
Based on ideas and code from autoperf.rb github.com/igrigorik/autoperf/tree Copyright (C)2008 Ilya Grigorik
You can redistribute this under the terms of the Ruby license