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SubjectRe: regression testing
On Fri, 23 Mar 2001, Horst von Brand wrote:
> Jonathan Morton <chromi@cyberspace.org> said:
> > >- automated heavy stress testing
>
> > This would be an interesting one to me, from a benchmarking POV. I'd like
> > to know what my hardware can really do, for one thing - it's all very well
> > saying this box can do X Whetstones and has a 100Mbit NIC, but it's a much
> > more solid thing to be able to say "my box handled the official Foobar
> > stress-test in Y hours, handling Z widgets per second".
>
> Which would tell you exactly that, nothing more and nothing less.

But if we get 500 people to test _different_ things on a regular
basis, we might be able to get more meaningful results.

regards,

Rik
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