Just as the title implies I’m really really new at docker and I wanted to know if there’s any way to actually install K6 through a dockerfile in order to be able to use in an K6 framework we already have. We’re using a "pre-made" template for K6+InfluxDB+Grafana with some tweaks and even if it ..
I have a conceptual question regarding the K6 parallel test. I want to run multiple test scripts in parallel. If I choose to run them using docker compose file like following, can we say that its a parallel in real sense? As I understand, each k6 container inside docker compose is a seperate unit with ..
I’m trying to install extensions with the k6 docker image via the go install command, but the pipeline is saying I don’t have go. Does the base image not have golang available? I’m interested in using the Kafka k6 extension, but not sure the best way to install it whilst using the base image provided ..
I’m trying to run some tests using k6 on my project running on docker. I added this to my docker-compose.yml : k6: image: loadimpact/k6:latest command: run /test.js volumes: – ./tests/test.js:/test.js It runs my test when i start the project with docker-compose up. But then the k6 container stops, i want to keep it running so ..
The Goal Run integration tests but stub sub requests to a specific domain that occur within the api code itself Ideally do this via docker-compose The attempt I’m using the mockttp library as outlined here to create a proxy server that allows all traffic to pass through untouched with the exception of one specific domain ..
My problem is specific to k6 and InfluxDB, but i think the root cause is more general. I’m using the official k6 distribution and its docker-compose.yml to run Grafana and InfluxDB which i start with the docker-compose up -d influxdb grafana command. Grafana dashboard is accessible from localhost:3000, but running k6 with the recommended command ..
I am trying to execute my k6 tests with docker-compose and then visualise the results in grafana. I have started my containers and then tried editing the command given in the documentation: docker-compose run -v $PWD/samples:/scripts k6 run /scripts/es6sample.js but I keep receiving errors and I am struggling to understand the pattern needed for the ..
I am using K6 for Load Testing. I have cloned the K6, Grafana, InfluxDB docker-compose set up from here: https://github.com/loadimpact/k6 Each time I start Grafana, I have to manually import the dashboard I want to use (‘Import’ – ID2587 – Load). I am new to Docker (and Grafana!)….is there anyway to have this dashboard preloaded ..