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Load Testing / Stress Testing (@colyseus/loadtest)

The @colyseus/loadtest tool is useful when you'd like to battle test your server and see how it is going to perform on a live environment.

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Installation

Install the @colyseus/loadtest module:

npm install --save-dev @colyseus/loadtest

Usage

The colyseus-loadtest command requires a few arguments to work:

  • script: The custom script the tool is going to use
  • --endpoint: Your server endpoint (by default uses ws://localhost:2567)
  • --room: Name of the room you'd like to connect to
  • --numClients: Number of clients you'd like to connect into the room.

Example

This is an example scripting file. Based on the room lifecycle events for each connected client, you may implement a "bot" to interact with the room.

// script.ts
import { Room, Client } from "colyseus.js";

export function requestJoinOptions (this: Client, i: number) {
    return { requestNumber: i };
}

export function onJoin(this: Room) {
    console.log(this.sessionId, "joined.");

    this.onMessage("*", (type, message) => {
        console.log("onMessage:", type, message);
    });
}

export function onLeave(this: Room) {
    console.log(this.sessionId, "left.");
}

export function onError(this: Room, err) {
    console.error(this.sessionId, "!! ERROR !!", err.message);
}

export function onStateChange(this: Room, state) {
}
// script.js
exports.requestJoinOptions = function (i) {
    return { requestNumber: i };
}

exports.onJoin = function () {
    console.log(this.sessionId, "joined.");

    this.onMessage("*", (type, message) => {
        console.log("onMessage:", type, message);
    });
}

exports.onLeave = function () {
    console.log(this.sessionId, "left.");
}

exports.onError = function (err) {
    console.log(this.sessionId, "!! ERROR !!", err.message);
}

exports.onStateChange = function (state) {
}

Connecting 50 clients into a "battle" room

npx colyseus-loadtest script.ts --room battle --numClients 50 --endpoint ws://localhost:2567 

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