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Tsung is a high-performance benchmark framework for various protocols including HTTP, XMPP, LDAP, etc.

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README

# $Id$

  IDX-TSUNAMI README
  IDEALX

  ____________________________________________________________

  Table of Contents


  1. Introduction

     1.1 General
     1.2 What This Package Is

  2. Getting Things Installed

     2.1 Dependencies
     2.2 Compilation and Installation
     2.3 Problems/Bugs
     2.4 Platform Issues

  ______________________________________________________________________

  1.  Introduction

1.1.  General

  This document gives pointers for information on this package which is
  distributed under the GNU General Public License version 2 (see file
  COPYING).

  1.2.  What This Package Is

  The purpose of IDX-TSUNAMI is to simulate users in order to test
  the scalability and performances of IP based client/server
  applications. Currently, HTTP and Jabber protocol have been
  implemented and tested, but it can be easily extended (see
  doc/Design.txt). IDX-TSUNAMI use the Erlang language.

  This tool can simulate thousands of users concurrently, and can be
  distributed on several client machines. Up to 10000 users can be
  simulated on a single machine (the limit depends on the hardware and
  also on the activity of the simulated clients).

  A User's manual is available :
          http://tsunami.idealx.org/user_manual.html


  1.3.  Problems/Bugs
 
  Submit bug reports/ask questions to nicolas.niclausse@IDEALX.com

  Or join the mailing-list: http://lists.idealx.org/info/idx-tsunami
 
  1.4.  Platform Issues

  This package has only be tested on Linux. It should work
  on Erlang supported platforms (Solaris, *BSD, and maybe Win32)



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