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  1. eva2000

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    if you want to manually update Centmin Mod's siege version can just run these commands
    Code (Text):
    cd /svr-setup/
    wget http://download.joedog.org/siege/siege-4.0.0.tar.gz
    tar xvzf siege-4.0.0.tar.gz
    cd siege-4.0.0/
    ./configure --with-ssl=/usr
    make
    make install
    siege -q -b -c1 -r1 localhost >/dev/null 2>&1
    sed -i 's/# failures =/failures = 2048/g' /root/.siege/siege.conf
    sed -i 's|limit = 255|limit = 4095|' /root/.siege/siege.conf
    \cp -af /root/.siege/siege.conf /root/.siege/siege-csv.conf
    sed -i 's|# csv = true|csv = true|' /root/.siege/siege-csv.conf
    sed -i 's|# logfile = |logfile = /usr/local/var/log/siege-csv.log|' /root/.siege/siege-csv.conf
    


    Code (Text):
    siege -v
    SIEGE 4.0.0
    Usage: siege [options]
           siege [options] URL
           siege -g URL
    Options:
      -V, --version             VERSION, prints the version number.
      -h, --help                HELP, prints this section.
      -C, --config              CONFIGURATION, show the current config.
      -v, --verbose             VERBOSE, prints notification to screen.
      -q, --quiet               QUIET turns verbose off and suppresses output.
      -g, --get                 GET, pull down HTTP headers and display the
                                transaction. Great for application debugging.
      -c, --concurrent=NUM      CONCURRENT users, default is 10
      -r, --reps=NUM            REPS, number of times to run the test.
      -t, --time=NUMm           TIMED testing where "m" is modifier S, M, or H
                                ex: --time=1H, one hour test.
      -d, --delay=NUM           Time DELAY, random delay before each requst
      -b, --benchmark           BENCHMARK: no delays between requests.
      -i, --internet            INTERNET user simulation, hits URLs randomly.
      -f, --file=FILE           FILE, select a specific URLS FILE.
      -R, --rc=FILE             RC, specify an siegerc file
      -l, --log[=FILE]          LOG to FILE. If FILE is not specified, the
                                default is used: PREFIX/var/siege.log
      -m, --mark="text"         MARK, mark the log file with a string.
                                between .001 and NUM. (NOT COUNTED IN STATS)
      -H, --header="text"       Add a header to request (can be many)
      -A, --user-agent="text"   Sets User-Agent in request
      -T, --content-type="text" Sets Content-Type in request


    Code (Text):
    siege -b -t10s localhost
    
    Lifting the server siege...
    Transactions:                  43410 hits
    Availability:                 100.00 %
    Elapsed time:                   9.80 secs
    Data transferred:              65.41 MB
    Response time:                  0.00 secs
    Transaction rate:            4429.59 trans/sec
    Throughput:                     6.67 MB/sec
    Concurrency:                   14.33
    Successful transactions:       43410
    Failed transactions:               0
    Longest transaction:            0.02
    Shortest transaction:           0.00
    
    LOG FILE: /usr/local/var/log/siege.log
    You can disable this log file notification by editing
    /root/.siege/siege.conf and changing 'show-logfile' to false.
    
     
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    added 2nd config file option at /root/.siege/siege-csv.conf to enable csv mode
    Code (Text):
    siege -C -R /root/.siege/siege-csv.conf
    CURRENT  SIEGE  CONFIGURATION
    Mozilla/5.0 (unknown-x86_64-linux-gnu) Siege/4.0.0
    Edit the resource file to change the settings.
    ----------------------------------------------
    version:                        4.0.0
    verbose:                        true
    color:                          true
    quiet:                          false
    debug:                          false
    protocol:                       HTTP/1.1
    HTML parser:                    disabled
    get method:                     HEAD
    connection:                     close
    concurrent users:               15
    time to run:                    n/a
    repetitions:                    n/a
    socket timeout:                 30
    accept-encoding:                gzip
    delay:                          1.000 sec
    internet simulation:            false
    benchmark mode:                 false
    failures until abort:           2048
    named URL:                      none
    URLs file:                      /usr/local/etc/urls.txt
    thread limit:                   4095
    logging:                        true
    log file:                       /usr/local/var/log/siege-csv.log
    resource file:                  /root/.siege/siege-csv.conf
    timestamped output:             false
    comma separated output:         true
    allow redirects:                true
    allow zero byte data:           true
    allow chunked encoding:         true
    upload unique files:            true
    
    

    Code (Text):
    siege -b -t1s -R /root/.siege/siege-csv.conf localhost > log.csv
    

    sample of log.csv
    Code (Text):
    HTTP/1.1,200,  0.00,   1580,/,0,2016-05-08 21:22:27
    HTTP/1.1,200,  0.00,   1580,/,0,2016-05-08 21:22:27
    HTTP/1.1,200,  0.01,   1580,/,0,2016-05-08 21:22:27
    HTTP/1.1,200,  0.00,   1580,/,0,2016-05-08 21:22:27
    HTTP/1.1,200,  0.01,   1580,/,0,2016-05-08 21:22:27
    HTTP/1.1,200,  0.01,   1580,/,0,2016-05-08 21:22:28
    LOG FILE: /usr/local/var/log/siege-csv.log
    You can disable this log file notification by editing
    /root/.siege/siege.conf and changing 'show-logfile' to false.
    

    contents of /usr/local/var/log/siege-csv.log
    Code (Text):
    cat /usr/local/var/log/siege-csv.log
          Date & Time,  Trans,  Elap Time,  Data Trans,  Resp Time,  Trans Rate,  Throughput,  Concurrent,    OKAY,   Failed
    2016-05-08 21:21:03,    776,       0.22,           1,       0.00,     3527.27,        4.55,       13.14,     777,       0
    2016-05-08 21:21:46,   1746,       0.40,           2,       0.00,     4365.00,        5.00,       14.55,    1747,       0
    2016-05-08 21:21:54,    424,       0.10,           0,       0.00,     4240.00,        0.00,       12.40,     424,       0
    2016-05-08 21:22:17,   3514,       0.79,           5,       0.00,     4448.10,        6.33,       14.38,    3516,       0
    2016-05-08 21:22:28,   3043,       0.67,           4,       0.00,     4541.79,        5.97,       13.97,    3043,       0
    
     
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    sample of testing siege client concurrency levels 10 to 50 in increments of 10 with 10 requests each
    Code (Text):
    for c in {10..50..10}; do echo "siege -q -b -c "${c}" -r 10 -R /root/.siege/siege-csv.conf -m "$c-clients" localhost > "log.${c}.csv""; siege -q -b -c "${c}" -r 10 -R /root/.siege/siege-csv.conf -m "$c-clients" localhost > "log.${c}.csv"; done

    outputs
    Code (Text):
    siege -q -b -c 10 -r 10 -R /root/.siege/siege-csv.conf -m 10-clients localhost > log.10.csv
    siege -q -b -c 20 -r 10 -R /root/.siege/siege-csv.conf -m 20-clients localhost > log.20.csv
    siege -q -b -c 30 -r 10 -R /root/.siege/siege-csv.conf -m 30-clients localhost > log.30.csv
    siege -q -b -c 40 -r 10 -R /root/.siege/siege-csv.conf -m 40-clients localhost > log.40.csv
    siege -q -b -c 50 -r 10 -R /root/.siege/siege-csv.conf -m 50-clients localhost > log.50.csv

    /usr/local/var/log/siege-csv.log logged results
    Code (Text):
          Date & Time,  Trans,  Elap Time,  Data Trans,  Resp Time,  Trans Rate,  Throughput,  Concurrent,    OKAY,   Failed
    **** 10-clients ****
    2016-05-08 21:31:59,    100,       0.02,           0,       0.00,     5000.00,        0.00,        9.00,     100,       0
    **** 20-clients ****
    2016-05-08 21:31:59,    200,       0.05,           0,       0.00,     4000.00,        0.00,       15.00,     200,       0
    **** 30-clients ****
    2016-05-08 21:32:00,    300,       0.08,           0,       0.01,     3750.00,        0.00,       25.25,     300,       0
    **** 40-clients ****
    2016-05-08 21:32:00,    400,       0.11,           0,       0.01,     3636.36,        0.00,       32.82,     400,       0
    **** 50-clients ****
    2016-05-08 21:32:00,    500,       0.10,           0,       0.01,     5000.00,        0.00,       44.80,     500,       0
     
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    Confused :(

    So can i run now a benchmark command and do a direct output to .csv so i can import it to excel or Google datasheet or i must output first to .log and convert it to .csv then?
     
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    you need to specify the custom setup siege config file which enables csv by default with your siege commands
    Code (Text):
    -R /root/.siege/siege-csv.conf
    

    then directory siege command to log file like log.csv
    Code (Text):
    siege -b -c 10 -r 10 -R /root/.siege/siege-csv.conf -m 10-clients localhost > log.10.csv
    

    and can use the results in /usr/local/var/log/siege-csv.log which is now in csv comma separated format which you can use in excel/charts
     
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    How to update to 4.0.2?
    I have installed:
    Code:
    # siege -V
    SIEGE 3.1.0
    
    Copyright (C) 2015 by Jeffrey Fulmer, et al.
    This is free software; see the source for copying conditions.
    There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS
    FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
    Never use it before, so how to update to newest version?
     
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    centmin.sh menu option 21 is one way but that also recompiles nginx and php-fpm

    or just do it manually
    Code (Text):
    SIEGE_VERSION=4.0.2
    SIEGE_LINKFILE="siege-${SIEGE_VERSION}.tar.gz"
    SIEGE_LINK="http://download.joedog.org/siege/${SIEGE_LINKFILE}"
    cd /svr-setup
    wget -cnv $SIEGE_LINK
    tar xvzf $SIEGE_LINKFILE
    cd siege-${SIEGE_VERSION}
    ./configure --with-ssl=/usr
    make -j2
    make install
     
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    Where to put that?
     
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    Many thanks @eva2000
    Code:
    [root@tvor-ocean /]# siege -V
    SIEGE 4.0.2
    
    Copyright (C) 2016 by Jeffrey Fulmer, et al.
    This is free software; see the source for copying conditions.
    There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS
    FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
    Now it is time to learn how to use it.
    P.S. Is it safe to use it on live forum?
     
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