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From Robert Dionne <bob.dio...@gmail.com>
Subject CouchDB tests
Date Sun, 11 Jan 2009 17:12:38 GMT
I've been writing some tests[1] in Erlang that measure the speed of  
inserting, calculating views, etc.. and generally try to stress   
CouchDB, motivated by some earlier threads on performance and a  
desire to learn the internals better. My test are limited mostly by  
my small machine and limits on how many sockets can be created in OS  
X. I'm curious as to what the plans are, if any, for managing  
resources like javascript processes, etc.

In any event I'll be writing many more tests as time permits, and  
would be happy to test any specific use cases folks might have. I'm  
using the runner module in ./test as it seems a good way to build a  
harness that runs the javascript tests standalone and also run erlang  
tests against the internals. I work for beer :)

Given this is sort of radical technology and not yet 1.0, I have to  
say, very well done! You girls rock!

Cheers,

Bob

[1] http://github.com/bdionne/couchdb/tree/stress





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