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Increase bandwidth per connection on a server

Requirement: I am load testing Rabbit MQ by generating a large number of requests/sec to the server (Server config: 8 core, 16GB). To achieve the above, I am generating load from a client machine at ...
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Load testing HTTPS with Siege (open auth)

I am trying to load test our new website with siege. It is currently behind basic auth. I have edited my .siegerc file to include the right username and password (I've checked many times that it is ...
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CPU, Memory, Network, IO resources are under utilized when I tried various JMeter load testing

I am trying to assess the performance of my web server which has Linux and Apache. I tried load testing using JMeter, and gradually increased the number of requests and recorded the response time as ...
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How to generate CPU load on Linux server

I would like to test fake load on the server, I'm looking for some burn-in or benchmark command line utility that would generate CPU load on the system. I would like to be able to burn-in only CPU ...
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3answers
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How do you know what number of page views per second is an acceptable amount for your server?

Apache's AB tool allows us to test our server to see how many pages per second a server can handle. The results are obviously is going to vary based on the specs of the server hardware and software ...
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httperf repeat wsesslog

For httperf with a wsesslog is there a way to repeat the activity in the script without wrapping it in a shell loop? If I do httperf --server=test.foo.com --wsesslog=20,0,foo.wsesslog I get 20 ...
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Linux testing - CPU & disk

I am a bit rusty lately. What is the standard way to test CPU and disk I/O these days?
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How can I monitor hard disk load on linux

Is there a good command line utility to monitor hard disk load on linux? Something like top but then monitoring disk activity i.s.o. cpu usage. More specifically, I suspect that for some (heavy load) ...