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Testing/Monitoring whether the maximum number concurrent HTTP requests per host is exceeded it's limit.

Posted on 2016-12-07
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Heyas,

Are their any applications out there to Test/Monitor whether the maximum number concurrent HTTP requests per host is exceeded it's limit.

As specified in this MSDN article https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/fb6y0fyc.aspx

Thank you.
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Have you tried Apache JMeter?
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No hadn't heard of it,  seems quite handy.
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