How to simulate client connections to Tomcat, Glassfish, JBoss
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Thanks so much...I will use that...can curl be used to compare which of the three servers will respond to a client petition the fastest???...I know the network is a factor that will influence this as well, but can curl do a time comparison???
Will curl also work on java servlets that have deployed in the servers???
curl is a command line browser. So it will not only work with servlet or jsp. It will work with any web page . It has hundreds of options to simulate what you want and is one of the best tool to write a shell script involving web page. AFAIK ab is for load testing. Though curl can be used to measure the response time. I don't think curl can be used for load testing servlet.