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Create beautiful graph from wrk

Project description



You find wrk and wrk2 awesome for latency analysis but reading km of log file doesnt seems to be fun ?

Introducing wrk2img, your new tool to go to generate latency graph, as easily as possible.


wrk2img has two goal:

  • Direct use in a pipeline to output beautiful latency graph
  • Save multiple output then pipe to wrk2img to combine them


pip install wrk2img
Python 3.5 is required.

How to use

Direct usage :

  • wrk : wrk --latency http://localhost:8000 | wrk2img output.png
  • wrk2 : wrk --latency -R 300 http://localhost:8000 | wrk2img output.png

Generating latency data at multiple load level using wrk2 and them combining them

wrk --latency -R 300 http://localhost:8000 > 300
wrk --latency -R 500 http://localhost:8000 > 500
wrk --latency -R 700 http://localhost:8000 > 700
cat 300 500 700 | wrk2img output.png



  • log scale
  • transparent background
  • change background color
  • combine graph from wrk and wrk2 in the same output

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