[Cosmo] Re: cosmo work
lisa at osafoundation.org
Fri Jan 13 08:49:36 PST 2006
For friday's test session, I was considering using Zanshin to write
some functionality tests against Cosmo. We could test various WebDAV
and CalDAV error cases like the client sending a non-XML body with a
PROPFIND, bogus format headers, etc. That would be one way to avoid
java and still test Cosmo :)
On Jan 12, 2006, at 2:37 PM, Heikki Toivonen wrote:
> Brian Moseley wrote:
>> whatever choice is made, we should have some kind of harness that lets
>> us vary the amount of load that we put on the server and that records
>> the relevent output in a way that's easy for us to publish (on the
>> wiki, in a document, etc). that probably means html and/or pngs.
> Ok, I can see how I could make that work with an extension to hammer,
> using a headless Chandler (good thing about that would be that we would
> really get the traffic that Chandler generates, bad in the sense that
> would bring in the huge bundle that is Chandler into the picture).
>> aside from putting load on cosmo and testing various scalability
>> scenarios, jared has requested a suite of functional tests that he can
>> run to verify a cosmo-demo upgrade. it strikes me that this might be
>> similar/the same/a subset of whatever tests qa uses/will use to accept
>> a cosmo build. but then again, maybe not, i'm not up to speed on
>> testing methodology ;)
> This I am much less clear about. I'll check with Aparna to find out
> she currently does and go from there.
>> i rank the functional tests as higher priority, since we do have a
>> basic load testing setup that has gotten us quite far with 0.2.
> Good to know.
>> thanks heikki, glad to have you aboard! and if anybody out there in
>> the world feels the urge to lend a hand, let us know :)
> Thanks. It's going to be interesting for me to work on this, as I
> haven't done much server stuff before. Also Java is pretty new to me -
> my only touch with it so far has been two patches I wrote for the Pydev
> Eclipse plugin.
> Heikki Toivonen
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