Update The Grinder V3.8

The Grinder is a load testing framework that makes it easy to run a distributed test using many load injector machines. Test scripts are written in Jython, and can call out to arbitrary Java code, providing support for testing a large range of network protocols.changelog V-3 :

  • The TCPSniffer has been renamed TCPProxy for correctness. The TCPProxy can be used with other HTTP and HTTPS proxies. Many new features and fixes have been added to the TCPProxy.
  • Console signals are now transmitted over a TCP socket connection. Multicast is no longer used, removing a frequent source of setup problems.
  • The interface that plug-ins must implement has changed significantly. Plug-ins written for The Grinder 2 will not work with The Grinder 3.
  • Many grinder.properties have been removed. The features formerly accessed through setting properties are now set by making calls to the plug-in from test scripts. Some of the remaining property names have been renamed.
  • HTTP tests can now be directed through an HTTP proxy.
  • String beans and OK strings have been removed from the HTTP plug-in. String beans and OK strings are very limited in comparison to to the flexibility now provided by Jython scripts.
  • The HttpURLConnection implementation has been removed from the HTTP plug-in.
  • Many other minor updates to HTTP testing functionality.
  • HTTPS and SSL contexts can now be controlled on a per thread basis.
  • The JUnit and Socket plug-ins have been removed. Their functionality can be achieved directly by using the appropriate Java objects in scripts.
  • From the console you can edit test scripts and distribute them to the worker processes. It is no longer be necessary to copy grinder.properties files around or to use a shared disk.

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