Addanc 0.04.1

Addanc is a distributed, scalable system for stress- or load-testing Web applications.

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GPL (GNU General Public License) 
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DEVELOPED BY:
Doug Fort and Joe Griffin
HOMEPAGE:
addanc.sourceforge.net
CATEGORY:
ROOT \ Internet \ HTTP (WWW)
Addanc is a distributed, scalable system for stress- or load-testing Web applications. Addanc is most useful for testing complex systems consisting of multiple "moving parts" with a web GUI.

Addanc focuses on the arrival rate of ”service requests”, rather than generating a server load based on a fixed number of clients. Addanc clients arrive at a specific rate and execute a set of HTTP/HTTPS GET and/or POST transactions representing the “service request.”

Here are some key features of "Addanc":

Definable arrival rates
Unlimited number of clients
Scheduled tests
HTTP and HTTPS support
Cookie support
Redirection support
Configurable test durations
Ability to allow client scripts to complete at test termination
XML based scripts
Configurable inter-page wait times
Real-time monitoring of internal queues
Jabber support for distributed component command, control, and monitoring
Instrumentation of page times, transaction connect times, send and receive times, send and receive byte counts
MySQL and file support for recording instrumentation data
Configurable page and transaction ids
Distributed, scalable architecture

Requirements:

Python 2.3
Jabber
M2Crypto
OpenSSL
SWIG
wxPython
MySQLdb

What's New in This Release:

Distutils setup.py installation process
Improved documentation including more detailed installation instructions

Added Brick features:
cookie support
redirection support
connection pool support
HTTP/HTTPS support
GET/POST with form field support

Added Instrumentation Recorders interface
file recorder
MySQL database support

Last updated on November 5th, 2007

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