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README

Prestan 0.2.0 README

New Feature: Support WebFolder Methods Measurements

Prestan is a WebDAV server performance test suite that allows you comprehensively measure the performance of WebDAV server. Tests include:

WebDAV Methods include: 

* Property manipulation:
 - PROPPATCH (single/multiple) properties on single resource.
 - PROPFIND  (single/multiple, dead/live) properties on single resource. 
* Resource management:
 - PUT (small/medium/large) resources
 - GET (small/medium/large) resources
 - DELETE
* Namespace management:
 - MKCOL
 - COPY single resource/collection
 - MOVE single resource/collection
* Locking
 - LOCK/UNLOCK exclusive locks

WebFolder Methods include: 
 - GET resource
 - PUT resource
 - MKCOL
 - COPY single resource
 - MOVE single resource
 - DELETE single resource
 - OPEN a Co-Authoring resource
 - CLOSE a Co-Authoring resource
 - MOUNT a server at client side

WebDAV is an extension to HTTP that allows remote collaborative authoring of 
Web resources, defined in RFC 2518.

Prestan code is based on neon library.

1. Installation from Source
   - From CVS you need this:	
       	-- Need autoconf 2.51 or later version.
	-- Run autogen.sh to generate configure script
   	-- (
           On a RedHat 7.3 system there are two versions of autoconf
    	   installed.  Sadly, the old one is the default.  You'll need to
    	   tell autogen which autoconf scripts to run:

    	   AUTOHEADER=autoheader-2.53 AUTOCONF=autoconf-2.53 ./autogen.sh 
   	   )
   - Get Prestan-x-x-x.tar.gz.
   - Untar 
   - configure; make; make install
   - Set --with-debug when you do configure to see debug info.
   - If you compile Prestan with debug option, 
     it is NOT running as a daemon mode for debugging convenience.

2.  Participation
  Prestan is an Open Source project, and we welcome your participation.
  Please join developer mailing list dav-linuxfs@lists.sf.net
  For cvs commit info, join dav-checkins@lists.sf.net