Connections per Second graph

This graph shows the number of new TCP/IP connections (y-axis) opened and the number of connections that are shut down for each second of the load test scenario (x-axis).


Elapsed time since the start of the run.


TCP/IP connections per second.


The number of new connections should be a small fraction of the number of hits per second, because new TCP/IP connections use a lot of server, router, and network resources. Ideally, many HTTP requests should use the same connection, instead of opening a new connection for each request.

See also

Web Resources graphs

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