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Quick dog-piling (aka stampeding herd) URL stresst

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Whenever you want to quickly bombard a URL with some concurrent traffic, you can use this:

import random
import time
import requests
import concurrent.futures


def _get_size(url):
    sleep = random.random() / 10
    # print("sleep", sleep)
    time.sleep(sleep)
    r = requests.get(url)
    # print(r.status_code)
    assert len(r.text)
    return len(r.text)


def run(url, times=10):
    sizes = []
    futures = []
    with concurrent.futures.ThreadPoolExecutor() as executor:
        for _ in range(times):
            futures.append(executor.submit(_get_size, url))
        for future in concurrent.futures.as_completed(futures):
            sizes.append(future.result())
    return sizes


if __name__ == "__main__":
    import sys

    print(run(sys.argv[1]))

It's really basic but it works wonderfully. It starts 10 concurrent threads that all hit the same URL at almost the same time.
I've been using this stress test a local Django server to test some atomicity writes with the file system.

作者:Peterbe.com
Peter Bengtssons's personal homepage about little things that concern him.
原文地址:Quick dog-piling (aka stampeding herd) URL stresst, 感谢原作者分享。

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