Loader.io — Free load testing tools with limitations. - Source: dev.to / about 2 months ago
Thank you! You are right - loader.io wasn't giving me enough to go on. The k6 tests showed that there was a 301 redirect occurring on every request. If I test example.com/about it would redirect to example.com/about/ with a trailing slash. The response times on the slashless urls would pile up to 15 000 ms and the CPU would peak out. When I test the same url with the trailing slash included, everything is fine.... - Source: Reddit / 2 months ago
Benchmark - best way to make sure you can handle the traffic is benchmark. There's lots of cloud-based tools (loader.io, loadview, k6), and clients you can use/host yourself (h2load, ab, wrk, siege). Try different concurrency settings, monitor your resource usage, figure out what's slowing you down. That's really what tuning is - trying, and figuring out what works and doesn't. - Source: Reddit / 4 months ago
If this is a toy project, think about these things, otherwise just literally use some saas testing tools like loader.io or something. - Source: Reddit / 5 months ago
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