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Simulating High Latency Networks with Linux and Netem

Recently I wanted to simulate “slow” requests against a web server in order to investigate how high latency requests impacted the system overall. After some initial experimentation with writing my own code (in python), I started looking around for other … Continue reading

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Mecha Multi Mechanize

Awhile back, I had the pleasure of contributing a small amount of code to Corey Goldberg’s excellent multi-mechanize web performance and load testing framework. Since I have been experimenting with using zeromq in place of the python Queue object for … Continue reading

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