kandi X-RAY | Stress Summary
kandi X-RAY | Stress Summary
A stress test plugin for Bukkit servers.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Register the ticker
- Register the luckPermission
- Checks if the server supports context metrics
- Loads the default locale
- Gets the recent tick with the given number
- Gets the tick number
- Gets the last tick
- Convert an interval into a number of milliseconds
- Convert a duration unit to milliseconds
- Get the minimum tick duration value
- Cleanup resources
- Adds a new tick interval to the tracker
- Stop timer
- Removes a tick interval
- Checks if is higher than the specified version
- Checks if is higher than or equal to the specified version
- Checks if the specified object is lower than the specified version
- Gets recent tick values
- Gets the currentukkit version
- Extracts the interval name from a full name
- Stops the stopwatch
- Returns the last few ticks
- Returns the standard deviation tick duration from this interval
- Handles a command
- Generates a TPS report for the tick interval
- Handle tab completion
Stress Key Features
Stress Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on Stress
Post request Json Extractor Get request debug sampler error message I'm using Jmeter for stress testing of my application. Test plan that I'm building has a POST request which creates a user and the next PATCH request updates it. Basically I want to extract user_id from Json response received after POST request and add that id in the body of the next request. For that I use Json extractor in my POST request and when I check Debug Sampler the value is successfully stored. But when I try to use extracted user_id in any subsequent requests of the same thread it is not recognized. However when I tried to extract user_id of already created user with GET request then this user_id is normally recognized by other requests. I'm not sure whether Json extractor is not normally used with POST requests or I'm doing something wrong....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-13 at 05:50
It's impossible to provide an answer without seeing the screenshot of your Test Plan or even better Schematic View (the option is available under "Tools" main menu entry since JMeter 5.1)
Given you're able to see the extracted value in the debug sampler I can think of 2 possible options:
- Your syntax of referring the
user_idvariable is wrong, in JMeter the Variables are accessed like
- Placement of your JSON Extractor is wrong, i.e. instead of putting it as a child of a specific sampler you have it at the same level as all Samplers therefore it's getting applied to the Debug Sampler as well and the extracted value gets overwritten. See Scoping Rules user manual section for more information
My client wants to convert markdown text to word and we'll be using Pandoc. However, we want to control malicious submissions (e.g., a Markdown doc with 1000 externally hosted images each being 10 MB) that can stress/break the server when attempting to produce the output.
options are to regex the image patterns in the Markdown and test their size (or even limit the number) or even disallow external images entirely, but I wonder if there's a way to abort Pandoc if the produced docx exceeds a certain size?
Or is there a simple way to get the images and test their size?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-12 at 07:41
Pandoc normally fetches the images while writing the output file, but you can take control of that by using a Lua filter to fetch the images yourself. This allows to stop fetching as soon as the combined size of the images becomes too large.
I'm getting the following warning when building a SvelteKit project with
@sveltejs/adapter-static, lazy-loading Firebase JS SDK
[vite-plugin-svelte] The following packages did not export their package.json
file so we could not check the "svelte" field. If you had difficulties importing svelte components from a package, then please contact the author and ask them to export the package.json file. -firebase
Everything seems to work in real life (i.e. on the client with initially static routes that later make calls to the Firebase API.) Do I need to stress about this warning? Note -- I don't think I'm ever "polluting" the static routes with direct Firebase imports, but I may be doing it all wrong. Please see below for my methodology.More Info
- firebase: "9.0.0-beta.2"
- @sveltejs/adapter-static: "^1.0.0-next.13",
- @sveltejs/kit: "next",
I'm lazily importing Firebase 9 (beta) into a SvelteKit project. I expose async getters for the various Firebase things like this......
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-06 at 18:37
The warning basically says that if the
firebase package exports any svelte components (which it doesn't), the svelte compiler won't pick it up and won't be able to optimize it. I have seen the warning too and I don't think there is anything to worry about.
I want to perform a stress test on different cases for my web application with JMeter.
I have a small network and each PC has a large number of user accounts.
I have configured JMeter to produce the same network footprint as the browser and I can record the requests generated by browser using JMeter's HTTP(S) Test Script Recorder. What is the next step? Do I have to create test plan for each case with Samplers and Listeners (Load TEsting) or just increase the number of users and check for errors at the Graph Result?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-06 at 07:05
You need to simulate real-life activity of each real user, if all of them are doing the same actions - it's sufficient to implement these actions. If different users are doing different actions - it makes sense to move these actions into different Thread Groups
Stress Test assumes finding the limits of your application so I would suggest the following approach:
- Start with 1 user
- Gradually increase the load at the same time looking into Response Times Over Time and Transactions per Second charts
- Up to certain load response time will remain the same and throughput will be increasing at the same factor as the number of users does, when response time will start growing and transactions per second will decrease it will indicate that you reached the saturation point and that would be the maximum of users which your system can support.
Try to avoid using listeners as they don't add any value, just consume resources, you should be running your test in non-GUI mode and when the test finishes either use listeners to open and analyze .jtl results file or generate HTML reporting dashboard
This is the code, currently it works with google chrome, but not with safari? I need it to work with most browsers, hopefully some of you can help me, thx!...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-05 at 20:08
Animating content is always buggy with Safari, try something different:
UPDATE: I've found a mistake - I used plotOutput instead of plotlyOutput. All is fine now.
I want to build a Shiny dashboard that does something like that:
- takes a dataset with a numeric variable value
- uses Numeric Input widget to obtain a numeric value
- creates new variable value2=value*number provided in the Numeric Input box
- plots a bar chart
The sample code is below. It correctly places the Numeric Input box, but the chart does not appear (the box where the chart is supposed to be is completely empty). Why?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-02 at 15:35
plotlyOutput instead of
When I run my search_form.php attached in action with form tag, it runs correctly and gives filtered database response in json form. Like this (which I want in my web page but I'm unable to get this):...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-02 at 10:50
You're trying to send the search value in the AJAX as JSON, but your PHP is not set up to read JSON. (And it makes no sense to use JSON anyway, just to send a single value).
Just send the form data in form-url-encoded format, as it would be if you submitted the form without AJAX. jQuery can help you with this - e.g.
library(ggplot2) library(viridis) library(hrbrthemes) # create a dataset specie <- c(rep("sorgho" , 3) , rep("poacee" , 3) , rep("banana" , 3) , rep("triticum" , 3) ) condition <- rep(c("normal" , "stress" , "Nitrogen") , 4) value <- abs(rnorm(12 , 0 , 15)) data <- data.frame(specie,condition,value, stringsAsFactors = FALSE) data$condition[c(11, 12)] <- "other" # Graph ggplot(data, aes(fill = condition, y=value, x=condition)) + geom_bar(position="dodge", stat="identity") + scale_fill_viridis(discrete = T, option = "E") + ggtitle("Studying 4 species..") + facet_grid(specie~., scales = "free", space = "free") + theme_ipsum() + theme(legend.position="none") + xlab("") + coord_flip() + theme(strip.text.x = element_text(angle = 0)) + theme_classic()
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-31 at 14:50
One option could be to define a helper variable for the plot, say
data with discrete names, but label by
I have to make a program which checks two txt files and concatenates the lines which start with the same ID. The results must be in a new file The files are in the following format:
Error checking is not necessary but I have been stressing over this for quite a while now. I'm pretty new to programming in general as I am a freshman in University.
Code that I have right now:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-31 at 13:51
I've been doing a lot of the practise tests on codility and though all my solutions work, they always have hidden stress tests which include massive arrays, the following code for example needs to take array A and find the lowest positive number missing from the sequence.
e.g: given A = [1, 3, 6, 4, 1, 2], the function should return 5. 5 is the value of
i which increments in the loop. Function returns whenever index
i is not found in array.
It works correctly but codility tested it with a 1-100,000 array and it timed out at the 6 second limit. most of my codes on the practise tests tend to fail for the same reason. Any help greatly appreciated....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-27 at 11:06
Your code loops through every item in the array for every item in the array. This gives a worst-case runtime of
O(n^2). You can get a much better result if you sort the array, and then iterate through it looking for any missing numbers.
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use Stress like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the Stress component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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