TinyGet für Stress-Tests

by Oliver 15. April 2010 17:26

Im IIS Resource Toolkit 6.0 (auch auf Win 2008 R2 installierbar) findet man TinyGet, ein Commandline-Tool zum einfachen Absetzen von (potenziell vielen) HTTP-Requests. Die Syntax lautet einfach:

   1: tinyget -srv:www.camp.info -uri:/campingplaetze -threads:10 -loop:10

Einen ausführlichen Überblick gibt http://code.google.com/p/toolsdotnet/wiki/TinyGet, mit vielen Beispielen z.B. auch “to measure execution time with Powershell's Measure-Command cmdlet”! Sehr spannend.


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