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Automates the process of benchmarking a server
Autobench is a collection of scripts to automate the benchmarking a web server (or for conducting a comparative test of two different web servers). It is a wrapper for httperf. Autobench runs httperf repeatedly against each host, increasing the number of requested connections per second each time. It extracts the significant data from the httperf output, and delivers a CSV or TSV file which can be imported directly into a spreadsheet for analysis or GNUplotted using the included bench2graph script.
DocumentationUser man page included and available in HTML format from http://www.xenoclast.org/autobench/man/autobench.html
released on 27 May 2004
15 October 2002
Leaders and contributors
|Julian T. J. Midgley||Maintainer|
Resources and communication
|Required to use||Perl|
|Required to use||httperf|
|Weak prerequisite||gnuplot 3.7|
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