Web Performance Testing
This tool will test the performance of your website by mimicing how a web browser accesses it. It:
- loads the page specified and parses the HTML as it receives it, and
- during parsing any referenced material (images, CSS, etc) will be queued for retrieval by the worker threads (configurable: default is 4).
Statistics recorded include the time to first response (when we receive the first byte of data in response to a request) and the total time for each request.
You may also request the average time over many runs.
After installation, run “pywebperf -h” to discover the usage, the most basic of which is:
or, the more verbose output:
pywebperf -v <url>
A simple cgi script, which may be placed in your web server’s cgi-bin, is provided. This allows simple through-the-web testing of urls, with control over the number of repeats and threads used.
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