[Solved] Plugin stress test

Discussion in 'Spigot Discussion' started by Dreeass, Jul 5, 2013.

  1. I often wonder whether the plugin I developed is a heavy plugin or not, I've always used NoLagg's tester for it. But I actually wondered if someone knows an even better program to measure this since I won't be running NoLagg. I only use it for testing.
     
  2. Use timings. (No plugin needed if using spigot)


    Do the following:

    /timings on
    After 5-10 minutes do
    /timings paste
    Then
    /timings off
     
  3. And what does this give me? A file, info on screen or something else?
     
  4. Dmck2b

    Services Staff

    It'll link you to a webpage.

    Heres a sample output from my server

    14:35:20 [INFO] Your timings have been pasted to http://paste.ubuntu.com/5849688/
    14:35:20 [INFO] You can view the results at http://aikar.co/timings.php?url=5849688

    Going to the second link will give you a near full picture of what your plugin is doing when you click on "See Rest" (Mine is very small as I only just quickly did that for a few seconds).
     
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  5. Thanks, changed it to solved.