deppmark [−d N] [−−delay N] [−f file] [−−file file] [−h] [−−help]
[−H hostname] [−−host hostname] [−p N] [−−port N] [−r N] [−−repetitions N] [−u N] [−−users N] [−v] [−−version]
deppmark, part of the PDEPP Webserver package, is a tiny threaded HTTP web server benchmark. You can specify the number of concurrent virtual users (clients) that should connect, a list of files they should grab, a pause between each request and how often each client should repeat this process.
Important: The "long options" (starting with two hyphens) are only accepted on systems offering the getopt_long library function. To check whether your deppmark binary has support for long options build in, simply call deppmark −h. deppmark will show terse usage information which will include information on the long options if and only if it is supported.
Sets the delay between successive queries of each virtual client in 1/10th of a second. Defaults to "1".
Specifies a text file containing a list of files each virtual client should grab. Each line of file must contain the path/filename of one file to grab and must start with a slash "/". This parameter has no default value.
Displays terse usage information.
The host to benchmark.
Specifies the TCP port deppmark should connect to.
The number of times each client should request each file in the list.
The number of concurrent virtual users (clients) which should issue requests to the server.
Prints the binary's version number and exits.