IONOS by 1&1 Web Run Tests
VPS M RAM - Oct 08 2020




Web Run tests are made of a load test tool and a database intensive Rails web application.

The load test tool sends HTTP requests to the web application at a controlled rate and records HTTP response codes, response latencies and timeouts. The load test tool is multithreaded and runs on the same VPS where the web application runs.

The intent is to measure:

  • the response times (latency) of the web server
  • the amount of CPU used to serve those requests under various load levels
  • what's the maximum load at which 100% requests are served without timing out.

Provider: IONOS by 1&1
Plan: VPS M RAM
Datacenter: USA
Number of CPU cores: 2
CPU type: Intel(R) Xeon(R) Gold 5120 CPU @ 2.20GHz

Web Runs by request rate


Note: the P99 is the 99th percentile. The P99 latency is the latency of the 1% slowest HTTP requests in the web run.


Rate (reqs/s) Average Latency P99 Latency CPU idle CPU steal Successful requests Timed out requests Duration (minutes)
1 62ms 160ms 96% 0.00% 304 0 5
5 56ms 120ms 84% 0.00% 1504 0 5
10 55ms 120ms 69% 0.00% 6004 0 10
15 55ms 125ms 55% 0.00% 4505 0 5
25 54ms 120ms 26% 0.00% 7509 0 5
35 54ms 120ms 0% 0.00% 10421 79 5
40 54ms 125ms 0% 0.00% 10443 1557 5

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