[JDEV] Jabber Test Suite on hold
dpuryear at usa.net
Mon Apr 30 17:13:36 CDT 2001
Dustin Puryear wrote:
> > Colin Madere wrote:
I believe I have active_jab, the main component of the test suite,
pretty much working. However, I noticed I need a 1-second delay between
logins (may need less, but I am only using second-resolution at this
point) or I get errors. Also, I ended ripping out the karma code in
Jabber 1.4 since I could never get it to turn off via jabber.xml.
Anyway, here is some sample output for those that are curious:
$ bin/active_jab -s localhost -j crack -t 1000 -w 1
3/30/2001 17:7:1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
3/30/2001 17:7:3 1 2 0 1 0 0 0
3/30/2001 17:7:4 2 3 0 0 0 0 0
3/30/2001 17:7:5 3 4 0 0 0 0 0
3/30/2001 17:7:6 4 5 0 0 0 0 0
The output is:
time-to-connect in seconds
time-to-establish-stream in seconds
time-to-logon in seconds
self-impose wait-time in seconds
You will probably want to run sar or a similar tool on the server to
watch performance on that end as well. The goal is to eventually get
active_jab to run on several clients at once and to either have them
pool their response data, or use a heartbeat to sync them and then use a
spreadsheet to do the same. Comments, suggestions, help?
> > Hey JDEV,
> > Our guy Dustin Puryear is out for a bit (in case you emailed him and
> > didn't get a repsonse) and will be for a few more weeks.
> I am back. There are a few things I will be working on for the next day
> or so. Currently, the test suite runs on a single machine. The next step
> will implement a network heartbeat so that the software can run on
> multiple machines. Feel free to download and play.
> Temas, did you get a chance to play with it?
> Regards, Dustin
> > If you're interested in the Jabber Test Suite project he is/was
> > working on, see http://sourceforge.net/projects/jabbertest/
> > If you're interested in contributing, please dload it and check it
> > out. Mail me if you have questions, although I'm not the developer or
> > maintainer (although I do work for the same company). Anything I
> > can't answer I'll let you know and fwd to him for when he gets back.
> Dustin Puryear <dpuryear at usa.net>
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