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[GNUnet-developers] Network testing scripts

From: Igor Wronsky
Subject: [GNUnet-developers] Network testing scripts
Date: Wed, 31 Jul 2002 21:11:58 +0300 (EEST)

Here's two testing scripts to evaluate the network. The idea
behind these scripts is to be able to test retrieving
fresh content from the network daily, even if you run your node
with activemigration on (==after dl, content becomes local
and invalid for benchmarking). Using these, you don't have to guess 
keywords with possible fresh content, because the scripts 
use deterministic, time-stamped keywords. In short, to insert 
some daily junk, use "" (edit sender name!). To try 
to find some, use "". The content is just random 
trash (no copyright problems). Christian agreed to run the 
insertion script daily on a permanent host, so there should 
always be something to test with.

I didn't put these to contrib/ at this point. If you think
they should be there, why not. Certainly if someone wants really 
badly to flood the network, coming up with a script like this 
shouldn't be beyond his abilities. 

ps. on a couple of tests, fetching 64kb of random junk has 
taken avg 10 minutes, but there's been my heavily
limited node involved. What kind of results do you get?


Description: Bourne shell script

Description: Bourne shell script

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