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HTTP-STRESS(1C)						       HTTP-STRESS(1C)

NAME
       http-stress  -  simple http parallel client for http server stress mea-
       surements.

SYNOPSIS
       http-stress [:verify=true] [:port=80] [:forks=5]	[:cycles=5] [:sleep=0]
       [host] [url1] [url2] [...]

DESCRIPTION
       http-stress  is a simple	http command-client which fetches randomly se-
       lected urls from	the  host  specified.  The  program  creates  parallel
       client  forks  where each client	cycles through the specified number of
       times.

   COMMAND LINE	OPTIONS
       :verify=XXXXX
	       The XXXXX is true or false. If true then	 the  urls  are	 first
	       fetched	one  by	one in order with the http result headers dis-
	       played to the standard output.

       :port=XXXX
	       The XXXXX can be	any legal port number, default 80.

       :cycles=XXXXX
	       The XXXXXX number of hits for each client fork, default 5.

       :forks=XXXXX
	       The XXXXX number	of client forks	running	in  parallel,  default
	       5.

       :sleep=X
	       The number of seconds X to sleep	after sending the http request
	       and before reading the response.	 Defaults to 0.

       host    The host	defaults to localhost.

       url     The url defaults	to /. Multiple urls may	be specified.

FILES
       http-stress http-stress.scm

IDENTIFICATION
       author: George J. Carrette

SEE ALSO
       siod http://people.delphi.com/gjc/siod.html

				     LOCAL		       HTTP-STRESS(1C)

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