This section mainly introduces the development environment required for tb tool based on Centos7.
Note: If the TarsCpp environment has been installed on this machine before, you need to upgrade to the latest TarsCpp version
2 Dependent environment
2.1. Download and install build package dependency
Source compilation needs to be installed: gcc, glibc, bison, flex, cmake
for example，in Centos7:
yum install glibc-devel gcc gcc-c++ bison flex cmake
2.2. Construction of TarsCpp development environment
git clone https://github.com/TarsCloud/TarsCpp.git --recursive cd TarsCpp mkdir build cd build cmake .. make make install
Now the compilation environment of TarsCpp has been completed, and the tb can be constructed in the next step.
3 Construction TarsBenchmark
The main compilation steps are as follows. After successful compilation, the tb tool is generated in the build/bin directory. It is an executable program that can directly test the service of TARS or HTTP.
git clone https://github.com/TarsCloud/TarsBenchmark.git cd TarsBenchmark && mkdir build && cd build cmake .. make
In addition, two executable files of benchmark service will be generated (NodeServer and AdminServer), can be released to the Web platform through the following steps, so that the online benchmark can be realized.
4 Quick release
The online benchmark service can be implemented with the latest version of TarsWeb. Quick release steps are as follows:
./install.sh webhost token adminsip nodeip
webhost Host or ip:port on the TarsWeb management side token Which can obtain the http://webhost/auth.html#/token through the management side adminsip The IP address of the AdminServer deployment, it must be deployed at a single point. It is recommended to deploy together with tarsregistry.。 nodeip The IP address of the NodeServer deployment, it should be separated from the AdminServer, it is recommended to expand the capacity on the management side. The more machines deployed, the stronger the ability to support parallel benchmark.