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AW: Stress test scripts?

From: Alblas Huibert <Huibert.Alblas_at_metro-cc.de>
Date: 2004-09-14 09:21:34 CEST

> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: Lee Merrill [mailto:LeeMerrill@bustech.com]
> Gesendet: Montag, 13. September 2004 17:53
> An: Users @ Subversion
> Betreff: Stress test scripts?
> Hi everyone,
> Does anyone have stress test scripts that run a whole bunch of
> simultaneous updates, commits, checkouts, etc., with some
> randomization?
> I saw "make check" in the source tree, which does a lot of
> single-threaded tests, and was wondering if someone had written some
> stress tests simulating multiple simultaneous users. Though certainly
> any problems would be difficult to reproduce, I would still
> like to run
> some tests like this, and thought maybe this wheel already
> might have an
> inventor.

Here "The Grinder" comes to mind.


From the website.

What is The Grinder?

The Grinder is a Java load-testing framework. It is freely available under a
BSD-style open-source license.

The Grinder makes it easy to orchestrate the activities of a test script in
many processes across many machines, using a graphical console application.
Test scripts make use of client code embodied in Java plug-ins. Most users
of The Grinder do not write plug-ins themselves, instead they use one of the
supplied plug-ins. The Grinder comes with a mature plug-in for testing HTTP
services, as well as a tool which allows HTTP scripts to be automatically


But mainly because I am a javfa developer anyway :-)

You could use the java bindings for subversion.

Have Fun

Huibert Alblas

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