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Excuse me, its really unfair to judge somebody just like that.
This question is 100% not a homework. I'm using ApacheWorkbench to research something and I came to this problem. I'm really new to bash shell scripting so I ask to this forum. In fact, I dont need the complete answer. What I need just a clue as fantasio did with my other post (http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...-colum-601381/).
My other post is also 100% is not a homework. I don't have any Linux or networking related homework. I love learning linux, that's why I keep asking to this forum. I know I can google everything in this world but what is the function of this linuxquestions.org if googling is the only way to get information.
But never mind, I solved the problem using more powerfull tools: google.
The data that I'm referring in this question is just a simplification of the real data. The real data before looks like this:
Server Software: Apache/2.0.55
Server Hostname: xxx.xxx.xx.xx
Server Port: 80
Document Path: /index.html
Document Length: 46 bytes
Concurrency Level: 2
Time taken for tests: 0.30116 seconds
Complete requests: 5
Failed requests: 0
Write errors: 0
Total transferred: 1908 bytes
HTML transferred: 276 bytes
Requests per second: 166.02 [#/sec] (mean)
Time per request: 12.046 [ms] (mean)
Time per request: 6.023 [ms] (mean, across all concurrent requests)
Transfer rate: 33.20 [Kbytes/sec] received
Connection Times (ms)
min avg max
Connect: 0 0 1
Processing: 3 10 14
Total: 3 10 15
I took the data 10 times, and I want to convert the data to something like this so I can export the output to spreadsheet program to analyze it better
Time taken for tests (s),0.30727,0.9940,0.16656,0.28809,0.70777,0.12173,0.16168,0.39280,0.9383,0.22678,.43
Total transferred (B),1590,1590,1590,1590,1590,1590,1590,1590,1590,1590,1590.00
HTML transferred (B),230,230,230,230,230,230,230,230,230,230,230.00
Requests per second,162.72,503.02,300.19,173.56,70.64,410.75,309.25,127.29,532.88,220.48,281.07
Time per request (ms),6.145,1.988,3.331,5.762,14.155,2.435,3.234,7.856,1.877,4.536,5.13
Time per request (KB/s),6.145,1.988,3.331,5.762,14.155,2.435,3.234,7.856,1.877,4.536,5.13
Transfer rate (ms),32.54,100.60,60.04,34.71,14.13,82.15,61.85,25.46,106.58,44.10,56.21
That's what I want to do.
And have I mentioned that this is not a homework?
Last edited by khairilthegreat; 11-21-2007 at 12:59 PM.