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A normal run should report no exceptions or timeouts. For a single server and single test client with 1 room per simulated client, then the expected number of messages should always be received. If the server is running clustered, then as this demo has no cluster support, the messages will be reduced by the a factor equal to the number of servers. Similarly if multiple clients are used, each test client will see messages published from the other test client, so the number of messages received will be in excess.

Load balancers

If you are testing a load balancer, then it is very important that there is affinity, as the bayeux client ID must be known on the worker node used and both connections from the same simulated node must arrive at the same worker node. However, the test does not use HTTP sessions, so any cookies used for affinity will need to be set by the balancer (the test client will handle set cookies).


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