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Advice for simulating a high load on a web application — realistic httperf parameters

I have already selected httperf as the load testing tool to use. I'm trying to figure out some realistic parameters to use, and if I need to use multiple machines to create more simultaneous ...
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httperf always get “Connection refused” (MacOS)

I want to use httperf as a benchmark tool for developing RubyOnRails site. But it always gets "Connection refused" and I have no idea why. 12:24 $ httperf localhost --port=3000 -v -d10 httperf --...
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Benchgraph httpref - cannot execute binary file

I am trying to make graph of an httperf file with benchgraph (http://www.uprb.edu/profesor/jsola/benchgraph/) When I run the command: benchgraph --ff txt --fn httperf --exporter httperf I get bash: ...
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making use of multiple cores with autobench/httperf

I would like to benchmark a powerfull webcluster with autobench. The problem is that autobench (which uses httperf) can only use one core, thus limiting the amount of load that a client can put on the ...
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Connection vs request in httperf

What is the difference between # of connections and # of requests as shown in the httperf results? My understanding is that HTTP requests are stateless, so that each request would require a separate ...
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Concurrent POST requests using httperf

I am trying to stress test a server using httperf by sending multiple concurrent (say 1000) POST requests (with contents) at a specific rate per second (say 100). Is this the correct command: httperf ...