You'll need an up to date copy of rebar on your system - I'd recommend at least 2.0.0 but actually fetching and installing from basho/rebar master will also work fine at the time of writing (October 9th, 2012).
$ git clone git://github.com/hyperthunk/mnesia_tx_check.git $ cd mnesia_tx_check $ rebar get-deps compile $ rebar skip_deps=true systest
If you want to see additional logging info in the console, you can run rebar
in verbose mode by adding
-v 4 to that last command.
A six node cluster is configured in
./resources/nodes.resource, where each
node is started using the slave
module. The cluster
on_start hooks bootstraps mnesia for all the nodes,
whilst the slave/node
on_join hook triggers the mnesia_tx_check application
startup, which starts exercising the database somewhat vigorously. The test
suite (in the ./test directory) restarts nodes with some degree of randomness,
in the coice of node and timing of the restarts.