This test is an example from the Locust community. It goes to their documentation site (https://docs.locust.io/en/latest/) and finds all the links in the table of contents on that page.
It then simulates crawling those by choosing a random one every 10 to 600 seconds. An excellent example of simulating real user load.
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import random from locust import HttpUser, between, task from pyquery import PyQuery class AwesomeUser(HttpUser): # we assume someone who is browsing the Locust docs, # generally has a quite long waiting time (between # 10 and 600 seconds), since there's a bunch of text # on each page wait_time = between(10, 600) def on_start(self): # start by waiting so that the simulated users # won't all arrive at the same time self.wait() # assume all users arrive at the index page self.index_page() self.urls_on_current_page = self.toc_urls @task(10) def index_page(self): r = self.client.get("/") pq = PyQuery(r.content) link_elements = pq(".toctree-wrapper a.internal") self.toc_urls = [ l.attrib["href"] for l in link_elements ] @task(50) def load_page(self): url = random.choice(self.toc_urls) r = self.client.get(url) pq = PyQuery(r.content) link_elements = pq("a.internal") self.urls_on_current_page = [ l.attrib["href"] for l in link_elements ] @task(30) def load_sub_page(self): url = random.choice(self.urls_on_current_page) r = self.client.get(url)
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