HTTP performance benchmark tool.
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perfer

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High performance HTTP benchmarking tool.

Usage

$ perfer --threads 4 --connections 20 --path index.html locahost:8080

Installation

$ make

After running make the perfer app should be in the bin directory.

What is it?

perfer is a High performance HTTP benchmarking tool. It attempts to make as many request as it can to an address and port. While sending requests and receiving responses it tracks the throughtput and latency averages and reports those at the end of the run. perfer was developed to be able to find the limits on OpO and then on the Agoo Ruby gem.

Releases

See file:CHANGELOG.md

Releases are made from the master branch. The default branch for checkout is the develop branch. Pull requests should be made against the develop branch.

Links

Follow @peterohler on Twitter for announcements and news about the perfer application.