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Installing and Initial setup of Tsung Load Testing CentOS

Installing and Initial setup of Tsung Load Testing CentOS

Installation on Centos

 [ahmed@server ~]$ yum install erlang 
[ahmed@server ~]$ tar -xvzf v1.5.1.tar.gz -C /opt
[ahmed@server ~]$ cd /opt/tsung-1.5.1
[ahmed@server ~]$ ./configure
[ahmed@server ~]$ make
[ahmed@server ~]$ make install
Some Version information.
 [ahmed@server ~]$ tsung -v
Tsung version 1.5.1
[ahmed@server ~]$ tsung
Usage: tsung start|stop|debug|status
Options:
-f set configuration file (default is ~/.tsung/tsung.xml)
(use - for standard input)
-l set log directory where YYYYMMDD-HHMM dirs are created (default is ~/.tsung/log/)
-i set controller id (default is empty)
-r set remote connector (default is ssh)
-s enable erlang smp on client nodes
-p set maximum erlang processes per vm (default is 250000)
-m write monitoring output on this file (default is tsung.log)
(use - for standard output)
-F use long names (FQDN) for erlang nodes
-w warmup delay (default is 1 sec)
-v print version information and exit
-6 use IPv6 for Tsung internal communications
-x list of requests tag to be excluded from the run (separated by comma)
-h display this help and exit
[ahmed@server ~]$
Sample Test load.xml update load_test_machine and web_server_to_test as per the servers. 
 




















<http url="/postdata/Information"
method="POST"
contents_from_file="test.json" />




Test Sample Json
 {
"name":"ahmed",
"age":30
}

Next Execute the command to start the service .

 tsung -f load.xml start 
This will start the service which will start hitting the server.
All logs will be available in ${HOME}/.tsung/log
More information
 https://engineering.helpshift.com/2014/tsung/
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