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Hi to all !

What is your preferred web stress tool?

I need to test a uni application (Memory and other OS resources consumption).

Also , is there any option , method or property to find out how many active sessions are in memory?

 

Best Regards,

Lefteris.

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Hi to all !

What is your preferred web stress tool?

I need to test a uni application (Memory and other OS resources consumption).

Also , is there any option , method or property to find out how many active sessions are in memory?

 

Best Regards,

Lefteris.

 

We are in the last step of developing application: testing and fixing bugs, and there are question about the server required and so on from clients. So, would be good if somebody could tell about a tool for checking performance of application developed with UNIGUI.

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We are in the last step of developing application: testing and fixing bugs, and there are question about the server required and so on from clients. So, would be good if somebody could tell about a tool for checking performance of application developed with UNIGUI.

 

Hi guys,

 

I will try this:

 

http://seleniumhq.org/

 

can execute scripts for automated testing, don't know yet if it can do performance tests.

 

 

Regards,

Zlatko

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Hi to all !

What is your preferred web stress tool?

I need to test a uni application (Memory and other OS resources consumption).

 

We have internal tools for stress test. We may make them public.

 

Also , is there any option , method or property to find out how many active sessions are in memory?

 

uniGUI server allows querying several parameters.

 

UniServerModule.ServerStats which is a TUniGUIServerStats

 

  TUniGUIServerStats = class
 public
constructor Create;
destructor Destroy; override;

procedure AddStat(AStatType: TUniStatsType; AValue: Integer);

property ActiveSessions: Integer read FActiveSessions;
property ActiveRequests: Integer read FActiveRequests;
property BytesSent: Integer read FBytesSent;
property BytesReceived: Integer read FBytesReceived;
property MaxSessions: Integer read FMaxSessions;
property MaxRequests: Integer read FMaxRequests;
property CompressRate: Real read FCompressRate;
 end;

 

In version 0.89 we will have a new property

 

UniServerModule.ServerResources

 

  TUniGUIServerResources = class
 public
property MemoryUsed: Int64 read GetMemoryUsed;
property MaxMemoryUsed: Int64 read FMaxMemory;
property GDIObjects: Integer read GetGDIObjects;
property MaxGDIObjects: Integer read FMaxGDIObjects;
 end;

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We have internal tools for stress test. We may make them public.

 

 

 

uniGUI server allows querying several parameters.

 

UniServerModule.ServerStats which is a TUniGUIServerStats

 

  TUniGUIServerStats = class
 public
constructor Create;
destructor Destroy; override;

procedure AddStat(AStatType: TUniStatsType; AValue: Integer);

property ActiveSessions: Integer read FActiveSessions;
property ActiveRequests: Integer read FActiveRequests;
property BytesSent: Integer read FBytesSent;
property BytesReceived: Integer read FBytesReceived;
property MaxSessions: Integer read FMaxSessions;
property MaxRequests: Integer read FMaxRequests;
property CompressRate: Real read FCompressRate;
 end;

 

In version 0.89 we will have a new property

 

UniServerModule.ServerResources

 

  TUniGUIServerResources = class
 public
property MemoryUsed: Int64 read GetMemoryUsed;
property MaxMemoryUsed: Int64 read FMaxMemory;
property GDIObjects: Integer read GetGDIObjects;
property MaxGDIObjects: Integer read FMaxGDIObjects;
 end;

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Thank you for your reply.

If you can share your stress tools, it would be great appreciated.

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