Base test ALL the features enabled 1000 concurrent connections 1L txns: Authentication

This information is based on the client-side measurements.

Compound reply traffic stream table

Stream Contribution Rates Totals Parts
Count
(%)
Volume
(%)
Count
(xact/sec)
Volume
(Mbits/sec)
Count
(xact,M)
Volume
(Gbyte)
Count
(xact/sec)
isolated replies 100.00 100.00 239.04 1.37 0.20 0.14 239.04

No events observed for the following statistics: Basic auth replies, NTLM auth replies, Negotiate auth replies, all compound replies.


A compound transaction consists of related transactions, working on a single goal such as authenticating a transfer. While individual transactions consist of a single request/response pair, compound transactions usually have several such pairs. Isolated transactions are individual transactions that do not belong to any compound transaction.

Stats in the 'Compound reply stream' table provides count and volume statistics for responses. The 'Contribution' columns show count- and volume-based portions of all compound transactions (isolated transaction not included). The 'Rates' columns show throughput and bandwidth measurements. The 'Totals' columns contain the total number of transactions and the total volume (a sum of individual request sizes) for each stream. The 'Parts' column shows individual transactions rate in a compound transaction.

The 'Compound reply object' table contains corresponding response time and size statistics for streams.

A similar table covering request messages is available elsewhere.



Compound request traffic stream table

Stream Contribution Rates Totals Parts
Count
(%)
Volume
(%)
Count
(xact/sec)
Volume
(Mbits/sec)
Count
(xact,M)
Volume
(Gbyte)
Count
(xact/sec)
isolated requests 100.00 100.00 239.04 0.58 0.20 0.06 239.04

No events observed for the following statistics: Basic auth requests, NTLM auth requests, Negotiate auth requests, all compound requests.


A compound transaction consists of related transactions, working on a single goal such as authenticating a transfer. While individual transactions consist of a single request/response pair, compound transactions usually have several such pairs. Isolated transactions are individual transactions that do not belong to any compound transaction.

Stats in the 'Compound request stream' table provides count and volume statistics for requests. The 'Contribution' columns show count- and volume-based portions of all compound transactions (isolated transaction not included). The 'Rates' columns show throughput and bandwidth measurements. The 'Totals' columns contain the total number of transactions and the total volume (a sum of individual request sizes) for each stream. The 'Parts' column shows individual transactions rate in a compound transaction.

The 'Compound request object' table contains corresponding request time and size statistics for streams.

A similar table covering reply messages is available elsewhere.



Compound reply object kind table

Object Response time (msec) Size (KBytes) Parts
Min Mean Max Min Mean Max Min Mean Max
isolated replies 2.00 217.79 3971.00 0.09 0.74 1.47 1.00 1.00 1.00

No events observed for the following statistics: Basic auth replies, NTLM auth replies, Negotiate auth replies, all compound replies.


A compound transaction consists of related transactions, working on a single goal such as authenticating a transfer. While individual transactions consist of a single request/response pair, compound transactions usually have several such pairs. Isolated transactions are individual transactions that do not belong to any compound transaction.

Stats in the 'Compound reply object' table provides time and size statistics for responses. Compound transaction response time is time from the start of the first transaction until the end of the last one. Request (response) size is the total size of all individual requests (responses) in a compound transaction. The 'Parts' column shows the number of individual transactions in a compound transaction.

The 'Compound reply stream' table contains corresponding stream statistics.

A similar table covering request messages is available elsewhere.



Compound request object kind table

Object Response time (msec) Size (KBytes) Parts
Min Mean Max Min Mean Max Min Mean Max
isolated requests 2.00 217.79 3971.00 0.05 0.31 1.66 1.00 1.00 1.00

No events observed for the following statistics: Basic auth requests, NTLM auth requests, Negotiate auth requests, all compound requests.


A compound transaction consists of related transactions, working on a single goal such as authenticating a transfer. While individual transactions consist of a single request/response pair, compound transactions usually have several such pairs. Isolated transactions are individual transactions that do not belong to any compound transaction.

Stats in the 'Compound request object' table provides time and size statistics for requests. Compound transaction response time is time from the start of the first transaction until the end of the last one. Request (response) size is the total size of all individual requests (responses) in a compound transaction. The 'Parts' column shows the number of individual transactions in a compound transaction.

The 'Compound request stream' table contains corresponding stream statistics.

A similar table covering response messages is available elsewhere.



Authentication traffic stream table

Stream Contribution Rates Totals
Count
(%)
Volume
(%)
Count
(xact/sec)
Volume
(Mbits/sec)
Count
(xact,M)
Volume
(Gbyte)
tunneled 100.00 100.00 239.04 1.37 0.20 0.14
all replies 100.00 100.00 239.04 1.37 0.20 0.14

No events observed for the following statistics: no auth, Basic auth-ing, NTLM auth-ing, Negotiate auth-ing, all auth-ing, Basic auth-ed, NTLM auth-ed, Negotiate auth-ed, FTP auth, all auth-ed, all auth.


The 'Authentication stream' table provides count and volume statistics for authentication-related transactions. The 'Contribution' columns show count- and volume-based portions of all transactions. The 'Rates' columns show throughput and bandwidth measurements. The 'Totals' columns contain the total number of transactions and the total volume (a sum of individual response sizes) for each stream.

Note that some streams are a combination of other streams. For example, the 'all auth-ing' stream contains auth-ing transactions with any authentication scheme.

The 'Authentication object' table contains corresponding response time and size statistics for streams.



Authentication object kind table

Object Response time (msec) Size (KBytes)
Min Mean Max Min Mean Max
tunneled 2.00 217.79 3971.00 0.09 0.74 1.47
all replies 2.00 217.79 3971.00 0.09 0.74 1.47

No events observed for the following statistics: no auth, Basic auth-ing, NTLM auth-ing, Negotiate auth-ing, all auth-ing, Basic auth-ed, NTLM auth-ed, Negotiate auth-ed, FTP auth, all auth-ed, all auth.


The 'Authentication object' table provides response time and response size statistics authentication-related tansactions.

Note that some streams are a combination of other streams. For example, the 'all auth-ing' stream contains auth-ing transactions with any authentication scheme.

Some statistics may not be available because either no objects of the corresponding class were seen during the test or no facilities to collect the stats exist for the class. The former can be verified using a 'Authentication stream' table.