On Saturday, August 16, 2003, at 01:21 AM, Josh Berkus wrote:


I need to is measure the perfomance of a ticketing system (written in perl)
which has web interface (html::mason, apache2) with Pg as a backend. Users
of the ticketing system can only connect to the backend via the web

I'd suggest Perl LWP. There's even a good article on how to use it in last
month's Linux Magazine (or the previous month, not sure).

The Perl module HTTP::WebTest should help you do what you want.

http://search.cpan.org/author/ILYAM/HTTP-WebTest-2.03/lib/HTTP/ WebTest.pm

It should save a ton of time over building one from scratch. Lots of docs too. There are other Perl web testing tools too if you do a search at:



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