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Resources -> Performance Tests

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This page is a collection of various performance tests, measurements (database, transactions, etc) for OpenSIPS / OpenSER If you wan to get an idea about what OpenSIPS / OpenSER' can do, this is the best place.


Database - prepared statements

Here you can find the description and the result of several tests that have as scope to determine the actual gain after introducing MYSQL prepared statements in OpenSIPS 1.5.0

Measuring REGISTER performance with SIPP

Here you can find a short summarize and the scenario files to measure opensips REGISTER performance with sipp.

Code profiling for OpenSIPS 1.6

Here you can find the scenario and the results of the code execution profiling that had the purpose of determining how much time is spent in the parsing, exec, memory and build functions.

User Location - search performance

Here you can find the scenario and the results of the new user location search functions.

OpenSIPS Stress tests using different script scenarios

Here you can find OpenSIPS stress test results and load statistics when using various scripting scenarios.

Improvements gained with Insert buffering

Here you can find scenarios and results for the insert buffering feature introduced in OpenSIPS 1.7

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Improvements gained with Insert buffering

Here you can find scenarios and results for the insert buffering feature introduced in OpenSIPS 1.7

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Here you can find OpenSIPS stress test results and load statistics when using various scripting scenarios.

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Here you can find OpenSIPS stress test results and load statistics when using various scripting scenarios.

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OpenSIPS Stress tests using different script scenarios?

Here you can find OpenSIPS stress test results and load statistics when using various scripting scenarios.

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Here you can find the scenario and the results of the new user location search functions.

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Here you can find the scenario and the results of the code execution profiling that had the purpose of determining how much time is spent in the parsing, exec, memory and build type functions.

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Here you can find the scenario and the results of the code execution profiling that had the purpose of determining how much time is spent in the parsing, exec, memory and build functions.

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Here you can find the scenario and the results of the code execution profiling

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Here you can find the scenario and the results of the code execution profiling that had the purpose of determining how much time is spent in the parsing, exec, memory and build type functions.

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Here you can find the scenario and the results of the code execution profiling

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Code profiling for OpenSIPS 1.6

The profiling process was implemented on OpenSIPS proxy as an intermediar between a SIPp server and a SIPp client. OpenSIPS was compiled with rr, maxfwd, tm and sl modules in a static way, and the dialog module. Profiling was done with the gprof profiling tool for 10 million calls with a rate of 2000 simultaneous calls. The results of the test can be viewed by following this link: http://opensips.org/pub/tests/dialogprof

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Here you can find a short summarize and the scenario files to measure opensips REGISTER performance with sipp.

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Here you can find a short summarize and the scenario files to measure opensips REGISTER performance with sipp.

Code profiling for OpenSIPS 1.6

The profiling process was implemented on OpenSIPS proxy as an intermediar between a SIPp server and a SIPp client. OpenSIPS was compiled with rr, maxfwd, tm and sl modules in a static way, and the dialog module. Profiling was done with the gprof profiling tool for 10 million calls with a rate of 2000 simultaneous calls. The results of the test can be viewed by following this link: http://opensips.org/pub/tests/dialogprof

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Measuring REGISTER performance with SIPP

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Here you can find a short summarize and the scenario files to measure opensips REGISTER performance with sipp.

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Here you can find a short summarize and the scenario files to measure opensips REGISTER performance with sipp.

June 22, 2009, at 10:17 AM by kisteorg -
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Here you can find the description and the result of several tests that have as scope to determine the actual gain after introducing MYSQL prepared statements in OpenSIPS 1.5.0

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Here you can find the description and the result of several tests that have as scope to determine the actual gain after introducing MYSQL prepared statements in OpenSIPS 1.5.0

Measuring REGISTER performance with SIPP?

Here you can find a short summarize and the scenario files to measure opensips REGISTER performance with sipp.

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Here you can find the description and the result of several tests that have as scope to determine the actual gain after introducing MYSQL prepared statements in OpenSIPS 1.5.0

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Here you can find the description and the result of several tests that have as scope to determine the actual gain after introducing MYSQL prepared statements in OpenSIPS 1.5.0

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Database - prepared statements

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Database - prepared statements

Here you can find the description and the result of several tests that have as scope to determine the actual gain after introducing MYSQL prepared statements in OpenSIPS 1.5.0

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Resources -> Performance Tests

(:toc-float Table of Content:)

This page is a collection of various performance tests, measurements (database, transactions, etc) for OpenSIPS / OpenSER If you wan to get an idea about what OpenSIPS / OpenSER' can do, this is the best place.


Database - prepared statements


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