RSence 2.1.9

Minor bugfix; the argument of the --latency command-line parameter is now correctly handled as a number.
Added by Juha-Jarmo Heinonen over 3 years ago

Changes since 2.1.8:
  • Minor bugfix; the argument of the --latency command-line parameter is now correctly handled as a number, not a string.
  • Some typos fixed in the README and INSTALL documents.

About the latency parameter:
If you supply a number of milliseconds as the argument of the --latency parameter, each request has that number of milliseconds added to the processing time. The purpose of it is to simulate how your app behaves on networks with large latencies, like cellular networks or accessing a server from the other side of the world.

Usage example:
Adds 200ms of "ping" to your server, even when accessed to/from the localhost:

rsence run -af --latency 200 /path/to/your/project


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