The Making of an Open Source Stress Test Tool

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The objectives of the paper are to: 1) introduce you to an open source stress test tool, the stress_driver, which you can use and modify in your own environment; 2) explain the benefits and limitations of a general-purpose reusable stress test tool; and 3) describe some of the implementation details involved in building a heavy-duty test driver using a scripting language.

The objectives of the paper are to: 1) introduce you to an open source stress test tool, the stress_driver, which you can use and modify in your own environment; 2) explain the benefits and limitations of a general-purpose reusable stress test tool; and 3) describe some of the implementation details involved in building a heavy-duty test driver using a scripting language.

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Danny R. Faught's picture Danny R. Faught

Danny R. Faught is the proprietor of Tejas Software Consulting, an independent consulting practice focusing on helping clients manage the quality of the software they produce.

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