Wednesday, April 30, 2008


Beta Sign-up problems.

It has been brought to our attention that the beta registration page has been behaving erratically.

For those who have problems please send an email to the following address:

beta@efekctive.com

We apologize for any inconvenience.


This is an old post. Beta registration occurs at installation. Thanks!

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Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Gluttony...

Being able to handle large number of tests (5,000,000 in my dev machine, but it could be higher) is that serialization of suites becomes a little bit harder.

Well, that is what I am working on now...

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Friday, April 25, 2008

5,000,000

After tweaking some generation logic to economize the memory consumption, DevRiot reached the 5 million tests mark in less than 34 seconds.

Sounds fast, isn't it? Now, really going back to suite serialization...

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Wednesday, April 23, 2008

I tripled THAT...



1,500,000 in less than ten seconds. Back to Suite serialization...

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Tuesday, April 22, 2008

500,000 and counting...

The Suite serialization is slowly starting. I am polishing some performance features.

But I wanted share with the latest readers some of the brute-force finesse of the tool:




500,000 tests, no coding, no wasted time. Enjoy.

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Monday, April 21, 2008

It does not register

Well after having a question/post mysteriously disappear from the VSX forum, which is a first, I decided not to wait more on that.

Two registry entries will allow the user to gauge according their HW configuration what the max number of user/threads DevRiot can handle and the emergency TTL (when all current users/threads are harvested to avoid hosing down the box)

To be a product that has a really small exposure, there a lot of big copycats :-}

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Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Time To Change...

Well after fiddling around with the load/stress engine + 1,600 threads/users for a while, I think it makes more sense to let users set the TTL per test.

It is easier for the user to set it according to their knowledge of the code than use any predefined formula.

It also becomes part of the verification data of the test which should be useful.

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Monday, April 07, 2008

Thread Quartet in K reverse...

The following demo shows a Load/Stress session on a object using four of its methods X 400 threads/users (1600 total).

In addition, there is the Assertion, Out-Of-Scope, etc, in a codeless, easy-to-use, low-skills-needed sort of way.

It is a little bit longer than the previous ones but worth watching (it has been edited to avoid the initial setup of the threadpool) :-}










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Sunday, April 06, 2008

1,500 Threads in action

Well , we wanted to try a higher number on our load/stress engine. So, we tried 1,500. Watch and enjoy the execution times after the initial run (when all the setup occurs).










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Wednesday, April 02, 2008

58 Seconds...

That is how long it takes to create, launch, execute, synchronize, and verify a load/stress session with DevRiot. Check it out for yourself...

Why wouldn't you want that level of efficiency in your SDLC?
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