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The Apache/Linux Measurement Toolkit (ALMT) Using NIST-Developed Chip

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Author(s)

D C. Tang, J H. Lin

Abstract

This paper describes the development of the Apache-Linux Measurement Toolkit (ALMT), which is a highly accurate measurement tool for evaluating the performance of a Web server. The toolkit combines hardware and software to provide fine-grained data on the performance of the Linux operating system and the Apache Web server that are included as part of the toolkit. MultiKron II performance measurement hardware is used to minimize the perturbation induced while collecting measurement data. We present experimental results that show the effectiveness of the MultiKron II hardware when compared to software only solutions.
Proceedings Title
Proceedings of the International Conference on Telecommunications (ICT '99)
Conference Dates
June 15-18, 1999
Conference Location
Cheju, KO
Conference Title
International Conference on Telecommunications

Keywords

Apache, hybrid, Linux, MultiKron II, PCM

Citation

Tang, D. and Lin, J. (1999), The Apache/Linux Measurement Toolkit (ALMT) Using NIST-Developed Chip, Proceedings of the International Conference on Telecommunications (ICT '99), Cheju, KO (Accessed June 13, 2024)

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Created June 15, 1999, Updated February 19, 2017