Tool for testing Concurrent TCP Streams
vladgalu at gmail.com
Fri Jan 14 03:14:16 PST 2005
On Fri, 14 Jan 2005 10:59:57 +0100, Eddie Oleary (BH/LMI)
<eddie.oleary at ericsson.com> wrote:
> A Chairde,
> Can anybody point me to a tool that will allow me to generate 15,000 + concurrent TCP streams as I want to test a system , and see how many concurrent streams
> the client can handle before stopping.
It will usually handle no more than min(max server descriptors, max
client descriptors). In terms of performance, I don't know if 'to
handle' is a correctly chosen word. It depends heavily on whatever I/O
notification mechanism it uses, on both sides. The client/server
connection won't 'stop' at all, it's just that you won't be able to
open another paralel connection towards the server at some point.
> Slan / Ed
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