14.7. taler-exchange-benchmark(1)

14.7.1. Name

taler-exchange-benchmark - measure exchange performance

14.7.2. Synopsis

taler-exchange-benchmark [-c CONFIG_FILENAME | –config=CONFIG_FILENAME] [-b BANK_URL | —bank-url=BANK_URL] [-n HOWMANY_COINS | –coins-number=HOWMANY_COINS] [-l LOGLEVEL | –log-level=LOGLEVEL] [-h | –help]

14.7.3. Description

taler-exchange-benchmark is a command line tool to measure the time spent to serve withdrawals/deposits/refreshes. It usually needs a dedicate configuration file where all the services - the exchange and the (fake)bank - listen to URLs not subject to any reverse proxy, as say Nginx. Moreover, the benchmark runs on a “volatile” database, that means that table are always erased during a single benchmark run.

(Mandatory) Use CONFIG_FILENAME.
-b BANK_URL | —bank-url=BANK_URL
(Mandatory) The URL where the fakebank listens at. Must match the host component in the exchange’s escrow account “payto” URL.
Defaults to 1. Specifies how many coins this benchmark should withdraw and spend. After being spent, each coin will be refreshed with a REFRESH_PROBABILITY probability, which is (hardcoded as) 0.1; future versions of this tool should offer this parameter as a CLI option.
-l LOGLEVEL | –log-level=LOGLEVEL
GNUnet-compatible log level, takes values “ERROR/WARNING/INFO/DEBUG”
-h | –help
Prints a compiled-in help text.

14.7.4. See Also

taler-exchange-dbinit(1), taler-exchange-keyup(1), taler-exchange-httpd(1), taler.conf(5)

14.7.5. Bugs

Report bugs by using https://gnunet.org/bugs/ or by sending electronic mail to <taler@gnu.org>.