[zeromq-dev] Ideas about TCP workload generations

Mohan Radhakrishnan mohanr at fss.co.in
Wed Mar 7 07:12:02 CET 2012


         This question is not specifically about 0mq but about general
workload generation ideas for TCP sockets. I know that there are general
ideas based on statistics to generate specific workloads like randomly
generating a set of messages between an upper and lower bound etc.


There are also some formulas for capacity planning.


What other ideas are there to plan a workload of messages to test a
socket server ? Does 0mq itself recommend some statistics distributions
or something like that ?


This is not about planning capacity for specifically a 0mq server but
generally for TCP socket servers assuming I know what type of load we
are going to expect. If I have some statistical calculations then there
could be a regression performance test suite based on it.





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