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Playing With Numbers

At the end you should have a list of URLs and their frequency of use.

Try to answer the following question for each test scenario:

·      How many users constitute a normal load? How many users constitute a peak load? How many, in each load, were simultaneous?

·      How much time elapses between each user click?

·      What URLs are visited the most?

·      Are there any “paths” through the site? A path is defined as a per-defined or intuitive manner (through a specific sequence of URLs) to access resources on your site.

Remember to factor into your analysis that there could be spikes in your traffic (i.e., a holiday promotion or new advertising campaign).

Now feed this data into Webserver Stress Tool,  hit “Start Test” and keep your fingers crossed!

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