See below for data on the incoming and outgoing traffic during the load test. More...Hide...

The data is captured right above the network layer, thus it comprises all traffic information including potential overhead due to encryption as well as savings due to compression. Depending on the test runtime, the numbers per hour and per day may be estimates based on a linear projection of the available data.

*) numbers may be projected

Requests 580,3461297,717463,04211,113,009
Bytes Sent 546.5 MB 124.0 KB 7.3 MB 436.0 MB 10.2 GB
Bytes Received 6.4 GB 1.4 MB 86.9 MB 5.1 GB 122.2 GB
Sent Bytes
Received Bytes


See below for a list of all hosts that have been used during the test.


HTTP Response Codes

This table lists HTTP response codes of web activities or other activities during testing that are based on HTTP communication. More...Hide...

It shows the HTTP response code, a short explanation of what it signifies, the number of its occurrences, and its percentage in relation to the total number of response codes. 0 indicates the absence of HTTP responses – an event that occurs when the connection times out or could not be established.

Response CodeCountPercentage
0 – No Response Available560.01%
200 – OK573,65998.85%
301 – Moved Permanently1,9520.34%
302 – Moved Temporarily4,6790.81%

Content Types

See below for a list of all content types that have been returned during the test. More...Hide...

An HTTP response received from the server typically specifies a content type which then indicates the type of data it carries. Next to the returned content type, the table includes its number of occurrences and the share of responses for each of these content types to give you a clue as to how the network traffic is composed content-wise.

Please note that the table lists the content type announced in the respective response header and not the actual content type of the transferred data.

Content TypeCountPercentage