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This is an indirect answer to your question, because I think you may be asking the wrong question. I am not sure that either of the things you are asking for - a statistical way to determine peak load in 1 second from average load in a day, and vice versa - are necessarily that important when it comes to performance and load testing. It is hard to ...


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Good luck in your intention. The most popular proprietary/paid performance testing tools as for now are: HP LoadRunner Borland Silk Performer Microsoft Visual Studio Load Testing Framework Each tool has free trial so you should be able to perform your own assessment, Loadrunner seems to be the most popular one. In regards to free/open source tools, ...


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A common error message. Several causes are possible from you question. Check whether the context parameter is actually there, perhaps there is a spelling mistake where is is set or where it is used. In the log showing the error message, look in the Context tab which show all the context parameters. Also check in the Context tab of one or two later requests ...


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The problem turned out to be that the Tsung script included a file that was not present on the local file system. My experience suggests that if Erlang gives an enoent badmatch error, it can't find a file. Here's the culprit. In a <request> tag, the contents_from_file setting points to a non-existent file: <http ...


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SMPP is complex, BUT basic sunny-day message transport is quite simple and straight forward. When I had a similar need I just wrote in Perl some code tot positive acknowledge a message and forwards it somewhere, I don't have (nor remember) the specifics but it was simple and took me only a few days to complete. If you are too lazy to read the standard ...



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