Selenium web application testing system. Joe Dog Software - Siege Home. ABOUT SIEGE Siege is an http load testing and benchmarking utility.
It was designed to let web developers measure their code under duress, to see how it will stand up to load on the internet. Siege supports basic authentication, cookies, HTTP and HTTPS protocols. It lets its user hit a web server with a configurable number of simulated web browsers. Those browsers place the server “under siege.” PLATFORM SUPPORT Siege was written on GNU/Linux and has been successfully ported to AIX, BSD, HP-UX and Solaris. SIEGE-3.0.5 This release addresses another inconsistency between the HTTP standard and practice. SIEGE-3.0.4 Although RFC 2616 specifies that Location directives must contain an absolute URI, most Web clients normalize relative URIs. SIEGE-3.0.3 This release features one prominent new feature, URL escaping. SIEGE-3.0.0 This is the first major siege release in over a decade. SIEGE-2.74 This is minor bug fix that corrects verbose output formatting. OpenWebLoad.
Iperf. Http_load. Http_load - multiprocessing http test client Fetch the software. http_load runs multiple http fetches in parallel, to test the throughput of a web server.
However unlike most such test clients, it runs in a single process, so it doesn't bog down the client machine. It can be configured to do https fetches as well. You give it a file containing a list of URLs that may be fetched, a flag specifying how to start connections (either by rate or by number of simulated users), and a flag specifying when to quit (either after a given number of fetches or a given elapsed time). Sample run: % . See the manual entry for more details. See also: http_ping, http_get, thttpd.A page of other http load-test tools. Welcome to the httperf homepage. Deluge - web site stress test tool. Welcome to curl-loader. JMeter - Apache JMeter. WebInject - (HTTP) Web Application and Web Services Test Tool. DB Sanity. English Version Deutsche Version Quite often production data contains many inconsistencies and faults which can even contradict your current system requirements.
This can be caused by historic bugs, data migration problems and aborted processes. If you are lucky the system will ignore these bad sets of data (e.g. and consider them incomplete) but if you are unlucky they will act as ticking timebombs ready to explode when an unfortunate use case trips on one of these sets (e.g. a postal system that causes the wrong postage costs). A lot of time can be spent on finding work arounds or manually cleaning the data in question.
DB Sanity is a tool to define and verify individual data requirements as and when they are needed. Have a look at these PDF presentation slides that introduce you to data issues and the way DB Sanity is resolving them. DB Sanity is supposed to work on any system that supports Java 6 or newer, e.g. Each release of DB Sanity is tested Documentation. Anteater. Open source software testing tools.