A HTTP Fault describes the characteristics of the faults to be injected in the HTTP requests served by a target.
A HTTP fault is described by the following attributes:
|averageDelay||average delay added to requests in milliseconds (default 0ms)|
|delayVariation||variation in the injected delay in milliseconds (default 0ms)|
|errorBody||body to be returned when an error in injected|
|errorCode||error code to return|
|errorRate||rate of requests that will return an error, represented as a float in the range 0.0 to 1.0 (default 0.0)|
|exclude||comma-separated list of urls to be excluded from disruption (e.g. /health)|
|port||port on which the requests will be intercepted|
averageDelay and delayVariation are applied to all requests affected by the fault, regardless of the value of errorRate. errorCode is returned only to a fraction of requests defined by errorRate.
This example defines a HTTP fault that introduces a delay of 50ms in all requests and returns an error code 500 in 10% of the requests.