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# Autobench Configuration File
# host1, host2
# The hostnames of the servers under test
# Eg. host1 =
# host2 =
host1 = WordPress 4.6 site
host2 = WordPress 4.7 site
# uri1, uri2
# The URI to test (relative to the document root). For a fair comparison
# the files should be identical (although the paths to them may differ on the
# different hosts)
uri1 = /
uri2 = /
# port1, port2
# The port number on which the servers are listening
port1 = 80
port2 = 80
# low_rate, high_rate, rate_step
# The 'rate' is the number of number of connections to open per second.
# A series of tests will be conducted, starting at low rate,
# increasing by rate step, and finishing at high_rate.
# The default settings test at rates of 20,30,40,50...180,190,200
low_rate = 10
high_rate = 50
rate_step = 1
# num_conn, num_call
# num_conn is the total number of connections to make during a test
# num_call is the number of requests per connection
# The product of num_call and rate is the the approximate number of
# requests per second that will be attempted.
num_conn = 250
num_call = 5
# timeout sets the maximimum time (in seconds) that httperf will wait
# for replies from the web server. If the timeout is exceeded, the
# reply concerned is counted as an error.
timeout = 5
# output_fmt
# sets the output type - may be either "csv", or "tsv";
output_fmt = tsv
## Config for distributed autobench (autobench_admin)
# clients
# comma separated list of the hostnames and portnumbers for the
# autobench clients. No whitespace can appear before or after the commas.
# clients =,,
clients = localhost:4600
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