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From keith-turner <>
Subject [GitHub] accumulo-testing pull request #1: Accumulo 4510
Date Fri, 06 Jan 2017 20:08:37 GMT
Github user keith-turner commented on a diff in the pull request:
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     # Apache Accumulo Testing Suite
    +The Apache Accumulo testing suite contains applications that test and verify the
    +correctness of Accumulo.
    +## Installation
    +In order to run the Apache Accumulo testing suite, you will need Java 8 and Maven installed
    +on your machine as well as an Accumulo instance to use for testing.
    +1. First clone this repository.
    +        git clone
    +        cd accumulo-testing
    +2. All configuation files for the test suite are in `conf/`. Only the ``
    +   configuration file needs to be created and edited as all other configuration files
are optional.
    +   In `accumulo-testing.properites`, review the properties with `test.common.*` prefix
as these are
    +   used by all tests.
    +        cd conf/
    +        cp
    +        vim
    +3. Tests are run using the `accumulo-testing` command which is located in the `bin/`
    +   directory. Run this command without any arguments to view its usage and see available
    +        ./bin/accumulo-testing
    +## Random walk test
    +The random walk test generates client behavior on an Apache Accumulo instance by randomly
walking a
    +graph of client operations. 
    +Before running random walk, review the `test.common.*` and `test.randomwalk.*` properties
    +`` file. A test module must also be specified. See the [modules][modules]
    +directory for a list of available ones.
    +The command below will start a single random walker in a local process using the [Image.xml][image]
    +        ./bin/accumulo-testing rw-local Image.xml
    +If you would like to run multiple, distributed random walkers, run the command below
to start random
    +walkers in 5 containers in YARN using the Image.xml module.
    +        ./bin/accumulo-testing rw-yarn 5 Image.xml
    +This command will create an application in YARN and exit when test is completed. While
    +running, you can view logs for each random walker using the YARN resource manager. The
    +application can be killed at any time using `ctrl-c` or via the resource manager.
    --- End diff --
    If you kill the application driving the test using `ctrl-c`, will that cause things in
yarn to die?

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