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Old 03-02-2006, 12:54 AM   #1
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Question how to generate connections

I Have some problem. I has implemented web server in my network. I want to know delay performance on web server. I want to generate connections to web server with 100000 connection.
I have try the command :
My Document Root is : /var/www/html/file. in file directory there is some file ex: file1 file2 file3
ab -n 100000 but when i look with 'netstat -avt' thereis no establish connection. HOw i can to generate all file in there directory with establish connnection state with 100000 connections.


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