HTTP regression testing and benchmarking utility
Siege is an http regression testing and benchmarking utility.
It was designed to let web developers measure the performance of their code
under duress, to see how it will stand up to load on the internet.
Siege supports basic authentication, cookies, HTTP and HTTPS protocols.
It allows the user hit a web server with a configurable number of concurrent
simulated users. Those users place the webserver "under siege."
WHAT IS IT?
Siege is an open source regression test and benchmark utility.
It can stress test a single URL with a user defined number of
simulated users, or it can read many URLs into memory and
stress them simultaneously. The program reports the total
number of hits recorded, bytes transferred, response time,
Siege HTTPS README
Siege 1.10 introduced https protocol support. To enable HTTPS
you will have to download OpenSSL < http://www.openssl.org >
to enable Secure Socket Layers and install it on your system.
Please consult the OpenSSL documentation for configuration and
installation instructions. Once it is installed, you are ready to
You'll have to set your log file location in $HOME/.siegerc
Look for the "logfile = " directive in that file...
You should check and edit include/joedog/joepath.h before you
compile siege on Solaris. Newer versions >= 9.0 seem to work
without problems, but should check your path just to be safe.
BOMBARDMENT(1) bombardment v2.66 BOMBARDMENT(1)
SIEGE2CSV(1) siege2csv.pl v2.66 SIEGE2CSV(1)
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