Flood.io client for Python 2 and 3
A Flood.io client for Python 2 and 3.
$ pip install floodio-python
Instantiate a client with your Flood API key:
from floodio.client import Client client = Client('YOURAPIKEY')
client.floods is iterable:
for flood in client.floods: print(flood)
or you can get a flood by its uuid:
flood = client.floods['SOMEUUID']
A flood has
flood.stop() # keyword arguments are optional. flood.repeat(grid='SOMEGRIDUUID', region='AWSREGION') flood.refresh() # pulls the latest state of this flood
flood.status performs an implicit refresh.
flood.status >>> 'queued' flood.status >>> 'running' flood.status >>> 'finished'
Condensed results are available with
flood.report.summary flood.report.mean_response_time flood.report.mean_concurrency flood.report.mean_throughput flood.report.mean_error_rate flood.report.mean_apdex
and the detailed results are available with
flood.results, directly loading the JSON-response.
Any times returned by Flood API V2 are parsed into native Python datetime objects.
You can create a new flood with
client.floods.create. Test files are a list of two-tuples
with a filename, and either a file-like object or a string.
flood = client.floods.create( 'jmeter-2.13', [('test.jmx', your_test_data)], name='client-test', duration=300, threads=200, rampup=300, grids='SOMEGRIDUUID', )
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