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From Shay Thompson <sthom...@adobe.com>
Subject Re: Is Cactus thread safe?
Date Wed, 01 Mar 2006 14:27:01 GMT

1. This shouldn't be a problem since I'm using Ant to run Cactus and 
with Ant I can thread the call.

2. This part I have working with my own stuff and would be taken care of 
on all remote machines before running the multi-threaded cactus calls.

Thanks for the advice,

Kazuhito SUGURI wrote:
> Hi Shay,
> In article <4404DB2E.4010607@adobe.com>,
> Tue, 28 Feb 2006 17:22:22 -0600,
> Shay Thompson <sthompso@adobe.com> wrote: 
> sthompso> I need to test multiple remote machines, from a single main machine, 
> sthompso> using Cactus.  I'm wondering if Cactus is thread safe for doing 
> sthompso> something like this?  I'd obviously have to have it run off of separate

> sthompso> ear files, 1 for each remote machine, but even then will it work?
> I think it's possible.
> Some possible constraints for the use-case I can imagine:
> 1. exclusive JVM is required for each cactified application under test
>    since client-side of Cactus set the contextURL as a System property.
>    So, you have to invoke multiple JVM processes each of which runs Cactus
>    for one remote machine, if you need to test remote machines simultaneously.
> 2. Cactus does not have a capability of remote deployment, yet.
>    So, you have to deploy cactified applications to remote machines
>    before you run tests.
> Hope this helps,
> ----
> Kazuhito SUGURI
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... hey, it works on my machine.

Shay Thompson - Lead Computer Scientist
Adobe Systems, Inc. - Titan Core QE 
Voice: x34728 or 612.251.5415

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