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Autobench - an HTTP benchmarking suite Copyright (C) 2001-2003 Julian T. J. Midgley <firstname.lastname@example.org> Homepage: http://www.xenoclast.org/autobench/ Licence ------- Autobench is distributed under the terms of the GNU Public Licence, a copy of which may be found in the file "LICENCE". Manifest -------- The 'autobench' package comprises the following programs: autobench - A command-line wrapper for httperf which runs httperf a number of times against a target host, producing a CSV or TSV format file for later analysis/graphing. autobench_admin - The administrative controller for distributed autobench. Used to issue commands to a cluster of machines running autobenchd, in order to conduct synchronised multiple-client benchmarks against a target host. Collates the results from all the clients in the cluster, and outputs CSV or TSV format file as with autobench. autobenchd - The client dameon for distributed autobench. Listens for commands from autobench_admin, and runs httperf to benchmark the target host. Summarises the results and returns them to autobench_admin for collation. bench2graph - Takes TSV benchmark results files produced by autobench or autobench_admin and plots them using gnuplot. crfile - small utility for rapidly creating files filled with random data of a specified size. Useful for creating data sets for benchmarking. sesslog - Creates session logs for use with the --wsesslog argument of httperf from NCSA Combined or NCSA Common Log Format web access logs. Useful for generating real-life workloads from your log files. Man pages are included for all of the above. Installation ------------ See the file "INSTALL" for installation instructions. Use --- Autobench can be used in one of two modes. In the non-distributed mode, a single autobench client runs benchmarks against one or two servers. See the "autobench(1)" man page for details of this mode. The distributed mode allows a server to be benchmarked using several clients simultaneously (reducing the risk that the clients themselves will become the bottleneck). See the "autobench_admin(1)" and "autobenchd(1)" man pages for details.