Take a look at the webdev archives at
http://www.linux.ie/pipermail/webdev/ as I've done stress-testing with a
number of applications, "Siege" is my favourite at the moment.
Wesley Darlington wrote:
>> On Sun, Mar 25, 2001 at 08:57:23AM +0100, Darragh Rogan wrote:
> > A friend was showing me a program that "stresses" a web server - to test how
> > many hits it can take at one time. Unfortunately, it was for vindows - can I
> > get something for Linux?
>> I imagine there are many such programs ... a search on freshmeat.net
> should turn up a few. However the program `ab' supplied with apache
> is a fairly simple yet powerful and vicious web server stress tester.
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