Adding -b (buffer size) parameter to varnishtest
fgsch at lodoss.net
Fri Sep 11 15:08:37 CEST 2015
All these logs use mockup servers. If you are using varnishtest against
real servers the length of resulting headers are going to be much larger.
Same thing will happen with a real or close to real client.
I've run into this many times and I've hacked varnishtest so I'd like to
see this in.
Also I don't really see any harm on applying this patch, considering how
small it is aside from the getopt and usage part.
On Fri, Sep 11, 2015 at 1:59 PM, Lasse Karstensen <
lkarsten at varnish-software.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 10, 2015 at 01:26:28PM +0200, Carlos Abalde wrote:
> > When implementing in VCL complex logic (not necessarily related with
> caching contents -e.g. access control, rate limiting, etc.-) varnishtest is
> a powerful tool to automate VCL testing. These type of tests sometimes are
> complex and they are not easy to split in smaller pieces.
> > In some extreme cases, the varnishlog buffer space allocated by
> varnishtest is not enough when testing complex VCL logic including a lot of
> logging. The size of that buffer is currently hard coded and it has been
> increased in the past . This trivial patch allows selecting the size of
> that buffer in the command line.
> I've looked up the numbers, after Martin pointed out that 524288 bytes, or
> 6553 lines
> 80 character wide, is a lot of log to scroll through when looking for a
> Measurement strategy here is strlen() on jp->buf where it is being
> printed/sent to the output. This is when running one test case per
> varnishtest invocation.
> At commit 1628f0b, there are 469 test cases. 34 produce more than 50KB log.
> Of those 34, there are 7 that use more than 100KB:
> g00007.vtc 101349
> r00984.vtc 101711
> e00028.vtc 101770
> c00023.vtc 109899
> b00048.vtc 121389 (runs 60 client requests)
> r00345.vtc 137132 (32303B without -debug=+workspace)
> e00017.vtc 147003
> Lasse Karstensen
> Varnish Software AS
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