forked from tmountain/Super-Smack
The official Super Smack project seems to be abandoned. This version includes a few small changes to allow it to compile properly with newer versions of g++. Specifically, it fixes compilation on CentOS 5.7.
README for MySQL Super Smack
Super Smack is a database benchmarking tool. It currently supports MySQL and PosgreSQL, and has some initial infrastructure for Oracle. Refer to the INSTALL file for installation instructions. To learn how to write your own tests, see TUTORIAL, and also study the examples in the smack directory, and read the comments.
The CHANGES file will tell you what is new in this release.
If you are interested in adding support for Oracle, or other databases, please go ahead and do it - I will accept the patch and include it in the distribution. If you ever wanted your name to be in the MySQL manual, this is your chance. To see what you need to do, take a look at mysql-client.* and pg-client.* - you need to subclass Client and implement all pure virtual functions.
Super Smack was hosted at MySQL AB when Sasha Pachev worked there, but was moved to Jeremy Zawodny's MySQL site:
and now hosted by Tony Bourke:
Tony Bourke / email@example.com