[ejabberd] benchmarking ejabberd

Jorge Guntanis jorge at guntanis.com
Wed Jun 4 18:53:56 MSD 2008

Hi Pablo,
Tsung simulates a whole interaction with the server. You pretty much
have to create the users in the server, and then tsung will simulate a
login, presence changes, messaging, roster transactions, etc.
The tricky part is getting a configuration that gives you the
information you need, the documentation is pretty extensive on how it
works, I'd start by taking a look at that, there are also some config
examples on the net that might be useful.


On Wed, Jun 4, 2008 at 6:07 AM, Pablo Platt <pablo.platt at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I want to benchmark ejabebrd installation on my server.
> I thought of using Tsung.
> I have a question about using Tsung or any other benchmarking tool against
> real scenario with real users.
> What will be the difference and how reliable the results are?
> Are the virtual users that Tsung creates really concurrent meaning you
> can send packets to ejabberd
> with several virutal users on the same time or is Tsung imitating the load
> by sending packets very fast in the same frequency as
> would have been with several concurrent users?
> Best,
> Pablo
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