Which version of linux did you use? I ended up having to change some system
parameters and then recompiling linux to alleviate certain system
constraints. Then it ran fine. I will check my notes and post the changes
that I made. I recently compiled PolyMix-4 on Solaris 8 and also made a
number of Solaris tuning options to enable high performance tests. I have
made some runs and it looks OK but the results are not definitive as the DUT
choked at relatively low loads. Now I am testing another device which I
expect to yield better results and validate my configuration. If the
configuration is OK I will then post the details.
Can PolyMix test with protocols other than http?
Regards .. John Anderjaska
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Joe Cooper
Sent: Thursday, February 13, 2003 12:57 PM
Subject: Re: PolyMix-4 on linux machine
It works fine. I had to manually (actually, I think I made a small
script to do it, but I don't have it handy) create the routes when I set
up a test network, but everything else worked as documented. The script
that TMF uses might actually be fixed for Linux now, I don't know.
Polygraph itself works without any changes on Linux.
Mihalis Tsoukalos wrote:
> Hello to everyone.
> I would need some help as I am willing to run PolyMix-4 on a linux
> Has anyone done this before?
-- Joe Cooper <email@example.com> Web caching appliances and support. http://www.swelltech.com
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