#2736 Add indication flood test options to Jsr48IndicationTester

Function
pending-fixed
None
jsr48-client
5
2015-06-21
2014-05-16
Dave Heller
No

Indication flood here just means a more flexible --trigger mode for Jsr48IndicationTester. Add two command line options: --count, the number of indication triggers to send and --delay, the wait time between triggers. These options are applicable to trigger mode only. The default is to send just one trigger, which is the same as the previous behavior.

Example: send 10 triggers, 3s apart:

Jsr48IndicationTester -t --count 10 --delay 3 --cimomUrl http://user:password@cimom:5988 Test_Indication

Note: for simplicity I decided to do the --delay time in seconds, although the java sleep() supports granularity in ms. It's a simple enough code change that can be done by the user, should ms resolution be required for the --delay.

Discussion

  • Dave Heller

    Dave Heller - 2014-05-17

    Also: a --count of 0 is taken to mean: continue sending triggers indefinitely (or until user interrupt).

     
  • Dave Heller

    Dave Heller - 2014-05-17

    Patch sent for community review. During a 2 week period any
    exploiter may comment on the patch, request changes or turn it
    down completely (with good reason). For the time being the patch is part
    of the "Experimental" branch in CVS.
    Patch sent for community review. During a 2 week period any
    exploiter may comment on the patch, request changes or turn it
    down completely (with good reason). For the time being the patch is part
    of the "Experimental" branch in CVS.

     
  • Dave Heller

    Dave Heller - 2014-05-17
    • status: open --> pending
     
  • Dave Heller

    Dave Heller - 2015-06-21
    • status: pending --> pending-fixed
     
  • Dave Heller

    Dave Heller - 2015-06-21

    The community review has completed and we received no substantial criticism. Therefore the patch has been approved and merged into the "HEAD" branch. The next release will pick it up.

     

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