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ASP Classic - Load test

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I have just made several upgrades on one of our internal classic ASP applications.
I would like run a load test on it to assess performance, prior to moving into production.

Any suggestion on how to do this? Ideally.. cheap or free?! :-)

Thanks,

ED
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you may want to have a look at aspProfiler. free, easy to set up, and gets the job done

https://github.com/zbarutcu/asp-profiler
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Awesome, I'll give it a shot!
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