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Stress Test Matrix

Test Description Upstream Parameters Criteria Variables List Votes Status
crashme 2.4 test the robustness of an operating environment using a technique of "Random Input" response analysis http://people.delphiforums.com/gjc/crashme.html |crashme +2000 666 100 01:00:00 2 at no time does a domain crash dom0, domU, RAM, PCPUs, VCPUs, file system 2 proposed
Large Memory A can Xen handle massive amounts of RAM? largest amount of RAM possible, as many guests as possibe agreed upon mininum values that must work dom0, domU, RAM, PCPUs, VCPUs, file system 1 to be written
Large Memory B can Xen handle massive amounts of RAM? largest amount of RAM possible, one guest that consumes everything agreed upon mininum values that must work dom0, domU, RAM, PCPUs, VCPUs, file system 1 to be written
NFS NFS stress tests agreed upon mininum values that must work dom0, domU, RAM, PCPUs, VCPUs, file system, driver domains 1 to be written (?)
OpenSolaris domU run PV and HVM OpenSolaris guests use agreed upon disk image OpenSoloaris boots, one can log in, and run simple commands PCPUs, VCPUs, RAM 1 proposed
Plan 9 domU run PV and HVM Plan 9 guests use agreed upon disk image Plan 9 boots, one can log in, and run simple commands PCPUs, VCPUs, RAM 1 proposed
SPECcpu2000 NB: it is not clear we can actually use this test. Publishing results is restricted; hence, we may only be able to compare results and discuss the difference. Not having source available freely is also restrictive. http://www.spec.org results within +/- 5% of previous release use agreed upon values 1 proposed
SPECjbb NB: it is not clear we can actually use this test. Publishing results is restricted; hence, we may only be able to compare results and discuss the difference. Not having source available freely is also restrictive. http://www.spec.org results within +/- 5% of previous release use agreed upon values 2 proposed
ttcp 1.12 times the transmission and reception of data between two systems using the UDP or TCP protocols http://linux.maruhn.com/sec/ttcp.html at no time does a domain crash dom0, domU, RAM, PCPUs, VCPUs, file system 2 proposed


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