Performance Testing windows 2003

Posted on 2006-05-25
Last Modified: 2010-04-18

I am about to roll out a very important client with a load balanced server setup.  Although the server is 2003 RT fully updated and working fine i would like to run some software which will hammer the server and test all aspects of CPU / RAM / Hard Disks OS whatever.  

Just something i can run on the server to do some load / stress testing before i ship it to a clients site.

Question by:higgsy
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    I know the Ultimate Boot CD has some tools like that-

    and SiSoftware's SANDRA also does (there is a free version)-

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