[Deploying Sakai] TCP Connections in Sakai

Aaron Zeckoski azeckoski at unicon.net
Mon Apr 12 02:32:57 PDT 2010

Your best bet is to do some load testing yourself once you decide on
the tools you want to use since this varies from 5 to 50 connections
depending on the tool being used (with a warmed cache). General
numbers are not likely to help you since you might decide not to use
some of the more intensive tools or only use those.

Tools like firebug and other net and load testing tools will get you
the information for your specific installation.


On Mon, Apr 12, 2010 at 9:39 AM, N Vkiran <n.vkiran at tcs.com> wrote:
> Hi All ,
> We are currently planning to implement Sakai in a very large scale .  The
> following questions were raised wwhile estimating hardware requirements:
> On an average, how may TCP connections get generated per one user request?
> How may user request need to be assumed per one User?
> What is per User Bandwidth consumption need to be considered for proposed
> application stack?
> Can somebody guide how to answer these kind of questions?
> Regards
> N Vijay Kiran
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