Am, a bit more powerfull than that, say something that queries and can
follow dynamic urls, say emulating 500/600 concurrent users making an
average of 6/7 requests a minute (ie at the maximum say 70 http requests
a second). The various parameters should be configurable.
I'm aware of one program which can generate these kind of hits to a
static page, but not to multiple dynamic ones. (I'll dig out a url for
this later on today).
Fintan Ryan, Software Engineer, SunConfigs
fintan.ryan at sun.comhttp://www.sun.com
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