11 September 2010

I've just added a new, fully functional, example to my "Learn Ruby Zeromq" project: an HTTP load tester, in the vein of tools like the venerable ab from apache.

By leveraging ZeroMQ, we have a tool that's easily scalable across multiple machines, all reporting back to a control server. Check out http_load.rb on github to see it in action.

It's short at about 180 lines (including whitespace!), and contains a reasonable amount of error handling code, so it's not so simple as to be practically useless.

For more examples, (including beginners ones, if this one has left you a little lost), check out Learn Ruby ZeroMQ on github.



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