Vegeta is an HTTP load testing tool written in Go.
When sending multipart/form-data requests in the API server benchmark, wrk requires writing lua to send the request. Vegeta could send the request easily without writing any code, so will share how to do it.
vegeta has the subcommands
attack sending an HTTP Request.
-targets option of
vegeta attack can send HTTP requests flexibly by specifying the text of the request header and request body.
The following is an example of a file to specify for
POST http://localhost:8080/api/path Content-Type: multipart/form-data; boundary=vegetaboundary @body.txt
@body.txt is the path to the file where the request body. You can write it as follows:
--vegetaboundary Content-Disposition: form-data; name="file"; filename="dummy" Content-Type: application/octet-stream 12345 --vegetaboundary--
Once the file is created, run
$ vegeta attack -rate 10 -duration 60s -targets targets.txt
You can send multipart/form-data by writing the request body and request headers in text like this.
Vegeta writes the results of the
attack to a file, and when you pass the data to
vegeta report, it will output a report.
$ vegeta attack ... > load_test.bin $ cat load_test.bin | vegeta report
You can run it as above.