[jdev] [GSoC] XMPP servers performance comparator (was: Re: Teasers)

Mickaël Rémond mremond at process-one.net
Thu Mar 12 19:43:24 UTC 2015


We have been measuring performance on a regular basis with Tsung. It is not extremely easy to use but does the job. It was mostly designed for own use, so that explains that it could be a bit rough around the edges.

I am not sure what is the goal of the project but this is another option for performance testing and measurement. 

I hope this helps,

Mickaël Rémond

> Le 12 mars 2015 à 14:00, Florian Schmaus <flo at geekplace.eu> a écrit :
>> On 12.03.2015 12:19, Kevin Smith wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>>> On 4 Mar 2015, at 18:07, Kevin Smith <kevin.smith at isode.com> wrote:
>>> Mentors: I need your teaser ideas please (Thanks to Simon for getting his up)!
>> I’ve just done an audit of the ideas page for teaser tasks as student applications are about to start. There was only one project that didn’t have any teasers, which I’ve removed.
> Thanks Kev.
> Given that the removed project was the "XMPP servers performance
> comparator", I'd like to point out that the Tigase people provide a test
> suite at http://www.tigase.net/content/tigase-testsuite
> I've just discovered the test suite yesterday, so I can't really comment
> on it. But if someone wants such a suite in the future, it's sure better
> evaluating using an existing framework, instead of re-inventing the wheel.
> Smack will get some integration tests soon too. Every test result will
> also have it's timing information recorded. So in theory those tests
> could be used for performance comparison too. But the focus is
> integration testing, and not performance tests. That said, nothing
> prevents one to write tests which focus on performance using the Smack
> Integration Test Framework.
> The same may be true for the Tigase Testsuite.
> - Florian

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