HTTP Bench is a small program to benchmark HTTP servers. This is the current feature set: iterating over a list of URLs; measuring response times and calculating min, max, and average values; measuring TCP/HTTP errors; multi-threaded operation for concurrent connections (using pthreads); setting an upper limit of requests per second; and validation of response strings. The source code is very simple.
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Release Notes: This is a bugfix-only release. It fixes an error in parsing URLs.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in parsing HTTP URLs.
Release Notes: This releases fixes a segmentation fault during an internal parsing function. It is also possible to specify an expected response string (e.g., all requests should contain HTML in their responses). All responses not matching are counted and reported.
Release Notes: This is the initial Freecode announcement.