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puppeteer-loadtest

load test puppeteer (Headless Chrome API) script using node

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puppeteer-loadtest

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NPM

puppeteer-loadtest provides a simple way to launch multiple puppeteer instances in parallel to run a simple load test on your site.

Installation

Install via npm:

$ npm install -g puppeteer-loadtest

Usage

To run a basic load test, just supply the name of a puppeteer script to run:

$ puppeteer-loadtest --file=sample.js

This will run the specified puppeteer script once in chrome headless instance.

Parameters

--s flag is to mention sample size --c flag is to mention number of concurrent executions per sample --silent boolean to enable or disable logs --outputFile send performance results to output file

$ puppeteer-loadtest --s=100 --c=25 --file=sample.js

This will run a total of 100 runs through the specified puppeteer script across 25 concurrent chrome headless instances.

Examples

$ puppeteer-loadtest --file=sample.js

$ puppeteer-loadtest --file=./test/sample.js  --s=100 --c=25

$ puppeteer-loadtest --file=./test/sample.js  --s=100 --c=25 --silent=true

$ puppeteer-loadtest --file=./test/sample.js  -s 100 -c 25

$ puppeteer-loadtest --file=./test/sample.js  -s 100 -c 25 --outputFile=performance.json

use as node module

```
const startPuppeteerLoadTest = require('puppeteer-loadtest');
const results = await startPuppeteerLoadTest({
    file, // path to file
    samplesRequested, // number of samples requested
    concurrencyRequested, // number of concurrency requested
});
console.log(results);
```

Contributors

David Madden

yuji38kwmt

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  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
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