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  3. +6 −0 debian/changelog
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-1.0.beta5 -> 1.0.beta6:
+1.0.beta5 -> 1.0.beta6: Minor feature enhancements (5 May 2004)
- add a DTD for the configuration file
- - HTTP: fix partial header parsing (mickael.remond@erlang-fr.org)
- - HTTP: fix chunk parsing when the chunk-size is split across two packets
- - HTTP: fix parsing of no content-length with connection:close case
- add dynamic request substitution (mickael.remond@erlang-fr)
- add dynamic variable parsing from response (can be used
later in the session for request substitution)
- add response pattern to match (log if not match)
+ - HTTP: fix partial header parsing (mickael.remond@erlang-fr.org)
+ - HTTP: fix chunk parsing when the chunk-size is split across two packets
+ - HTTP: fix parsing of no content-length with connection:close case
- check for bad input (config file, <client> name)
- merge client and client_rcv processes into a single process
- fix: do not connect in init anymore; this fix too long phases when
connection time is high.
- connect stat is now for both new connections and reconnections
+ - check phase duration in launcher
- various code cleanup
1.0.beta4 -> 1.0.beta5: Major Feature enhancements (25 Mar 2004)
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97 FAQ
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-* IDX-tsunami crash when I start it
-
- does your erlang system has ssl support enabled ?
-
- to test it:
- > erl
- Eshell V5.2 (abort with ^G)
- 1> ssl:start()
- you should see 'ok'
-
- if it doesn't work, maybe you can do the following thing (it seems to
- be a bug in the R9B-0 building process) :
-
- cd /usr/lib/erlang/lib/ssl-2.3.5/priv
- mkdir bin
- cd obj
- make
-
-* IDX-tsunami still crash when I start it
-
- First look at the log file
- 'idx-tsunami.log-tsunami_controller@yourhostname' to see if there is
- a problem.
-
- 1/ if not, you can compile idx-tsunami with full debugging: set
- OPTIONS to +debug_info -DDEBUG in the Makefile, and don't forget to
- set the loglevel to "debug" in the XML file
-
- To start the debugguer or see what happen, start IDX-Tsunami with the
- 'debug' argument instead of start. You will have an erlang shell on
- the tsunami_controller node. Use toolbar:start() to launch the
- graphical tools provided by Erlang.
-
-* What is the format of the stats file idx-tsunami.log0 ?
-
- this file is updated every 10s, it looks like:
-
- ----
- # stats: dump at 1045817668
- stats: reconnect 1 11
- stats: page_resptime 2 23.9185 1.83948 202.245 22.0790 2
- stats: size 58269 664029
- stats: response_time 5 3.04958 1.40884 25.6390 1.84204 5
- stats: 200 2 16
- stats: 404 3 49
- # stats: dump at 1045817678
- stats: reconnect 1 12
- stats: page_resptime 1 56.2450 0.00000e+0 202.245 22.0790 1
- stats: size 120028 784057
- stats: response_time 1 56.2450 0.00000e+0 56.2450 1.84204 1
- stats: 200 1 17
- stats: 404 0 49
- ...
- ----
-
- the format is, for page_resptime, response_time, session:
- # stats:'name' count(during the last 10sec), mean, stdvar, max, min, count(again, useless)
- or for HTTP returns code, size, reconnect ...
- # stats:'name' count(during the last 10sec), totalcount(since the beginning)
-
-* How can i specify the number of concurrent users ?
-
- You can't. But it's on purpose: the load generated by IDX-Tsunami
- is dependent on the arrival time between new clients. Indeed, once a
- client has finished his session in idx-tsunami, it stops. So the
- number of concurrent users is a function of the arrival rate and the
- mean session duration.
-
- For example, if your web site has 1000 visits/hour, the arrival rate
- is 1000/3600 = 0.2778 visit/seconds. If you want to simulate the
- same load, set the inter-arrival time is to 1/0.27778 = 3.6 sec
- (<users interarrival="3.6" unit="second"> in the 'arrivalphase'
- node in the XML config file)
-
- To double the load, divide the inter-arrival by 2.
-
-* SNMP monitoring doesn't work ?!
-
- There is a bug in R9C in the snmp_mgr module. You have to apply this
- patch to make it work:
-
---- lib/snmp-3.4/src/snmp_mgr.erl.orig 2004-03-22 15:21:59.000000000 +0100
-+++ lib/snmp-3.4/src/snmp_mgr.erl 2004-03-22 15:23:46.000000000 +0100
-@@ -296,6 +296,10 @@
- end;
- is_options_ok([{recbuf,Sz}|Opts]) when 0 < Sz, Sz =< 65535 ->
- is_options_ok(Opts);
-+is_options_ok([{receive_type, msg}|Opts]) ->
-+ is_options_ok(Opts);
-+is_options_ok([{receive_type, pdu}|Opts]) ->
-+ is_options_ok(Opts);
- is_options_ok([InvOpt|_]) ->
- {error,{invalid_option,InvOpt}};
- is_options_ok([]) -> true.
-
-
-
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+idx-tsunami (1.0.beta6-1) unstable; urgency=low
+
+ * New upstream release
+
+ -- Nicolas Niclausse <nicolas.niclausse@IDEALX.com> Tue, 4 May 2004 13:07:17 +0200
+
idx-tsunami (1.0.beta5-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream release
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CHANGES
-FAQ
+doc/user_manual.html
CONTRIBUTORS
README
TODO
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2 vsn.mk
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-IDX-TSUNAMI_VSN = 1.0.beta5
+IDX-TSUNAMI_VSN = 1.0.beta6

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