Forum: Ruby RWB, not quite an announcement

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pat.eyler (Guest)
on 2005-12-01 17:37
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Explanation and disclaimer:
RWB is a web load/performance testing library currently being
developed.  It is already capable of supporting many testing needs,
but is not yet completely functional.


While I was puttering on the bus this morning, I implemented
graphing performance quartiles by URL.  It's not quite where I
want it, but I thought I'd toss out a quick example to see if
other folks liked where it was heading, or had suggestions to
improve it.

-- Total Requests:          1000
Total time for testing:  10.109162 secs
Requests per second:     98.9201676657274
Mean time per request:   104  msecs
Standard deviation:      68
http://localhost:
        0:[|--+---|     ]                                 :1000
http://localhost/nonesuch:
        0:|--+|        ]                                  :1000
http://localhost/entries:
        0:|--+--|       ]                                 :1000
http://localhost:3000/search?:
        0:   |--+--|    ]                                 :1000



The next release (0.3.0) which will include the above, should also
include GET/PUT specification, cookie handling, and a set_up
method to allow the test to log in, start a session, etc.

thanks,
-pate
jgbailey (Guest)
on 2005-12-02 18:49
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Can we download this somewhere?
pat.eyler (Guest)
on 2005-12-02 19:21
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yes, it's available from http://rubyforge.org/projects/rwb
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