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    Load Testing for LAMP Stack


    Hi all,
    Was wondering does anyone have any suggestions for load testing on a LAMP stack that host a very dynamic website.

    I currently now have a website that dynamically changes based on the user's profile. Meaning to say, user1's content page may require more queries from the database, while user2 requires less. It's really dependant on what they sign up for.

    I thought of using apache bench, but, i suppose the results are specifically for static websites.

    Any ideas?

    Thank you!!

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    Thumbs up load testing

    Quote Originally Posted by fabbie View Post
    Hi all,
    Was wondering does anyone have any suggestions for load testing on a LAMP stack that host a very dynamic website.

    I currently now have a website that dynamically changes based on the user's profile. Meaning to say, user1's content page may require more queries from the database, while user2 requires less. It's really dependant on what they sign up for.

    I thought of using apache bench, but, i suppose the results are specifically for static websites.

    Any ideas?

    Thank you!!
    Try an OS utility called Siege ..

    Joe Dog Software

    Highly recommended,

    Steven

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    Quote Originally Posted by ksmatthews View Post
    Try an OS utility called Siege ..

    Joe Dog Software

    Highly recommended,

    Steven

    Thanks! Will give it a go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ksmatthews View Post
    Try an OS utility called Siege ..

    Joe Dog Software

    Highly recommended,

    Steven

    Thanks! Will give it a go.

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