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From Admin-Stress <meerka...@yahoo.com>
Subject [users@httpd] Understanding Apache Benchmark
Date Mon, 27 Oct 2003 05:54:51 GMT
Hi, 
Anyone can explain to me about apache benchmark result? 

What is "Time taken for tests" ? Why the value is so small? not even 1 second, but the test
took
more than 1 minute! 

In "connect" and "process", is it also in millisecond ? Why the different between min and
max is
quite big? What kind of factor influence in here? 
1000 millisecond = 1 second, right? 

Is this a good benchmark result ? 

Thanks. 

Server Software: Apache/2.0.40 
Server Hostname: www.example.com 
Server Port: 80 
Document Path: /index.html 
Document Length: 8329 bytes 
Concurrency Level: 10 
Time taken for tests: 0.545305 seconds 
Complete requests: 1000 
Failed requests: 0 
Total transferred: 8607000 bytes 
HTML transferred: 8329000 bytes 
Requests per second: 1.83 
Transfer rate: 15.78 kb/s received 
Connnection Times (ms) 
min avg max 
Connect: 117 544 21167 
Processing: 354 4881 20385 
Total: 471 5425 41552



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