Dhcp load testing
Peter.Yardley at uts.edu.au
Thu Oct 31 01:02:44 UTC 2019
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Major bottleneck is disk IO so try to speed that up (raid, flash etc). If using UNIX put the leases file in a mount point with ‘noatime’ enabled. Send the logs to another server using syslog.
> On 31 Oct 2019, at 5:21 am, Kraishak Mahtha <kraishak.edu at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> I am using the isc dhcpd on my lab environment so before I use it to my workshop, I want to try load test on it. I created the configuration with sufficient long pool, I tried running perfdhcp tool for load testing as suggested in many google forums and I observed that at a maximum of 10-14 transactions per second(tried with other different tools also), If I increase load the packets are getting dropped, I don't think that is benchmark of ISC dhcp, can any one has idea or any suggestions of how can i increase load handling capacity of the dhcpd service
> FYI: I diabled ping check
> Ping check false;
> Ping time out 0;
> The above two statements already added to my config file.
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