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#
# Sample grinder.properties
#
#
# The properties can be specified in three ways.
#  - In the console. A properties file in the distribution directory
#    can be selected in the console.
#  - As a Java system property in the command line used to start the
#    agent. (e.g. java -Dgrinder.threads=20 net.grinder.Grinder).
#  - In an agent properties file. A local properties file named
#    "grinder.properties" can be placed in the working directory of
#    each agent, or a different file name passed as an agent command
#    line argument.
#
# Properties present in a console selected file take precedence over
# agent command line properties, which in turn override those in
# an agent properties file.
#
# Any line which starts with a ; (semi-colon) or a # (hash) is a
# comment and is ignored. In this example we will use a # for
# commentary and a ; for parts of the config file that you may wish to
# enable
#
# Please refer to
# http://net.grinder.sourceforge.net/g3/properties.html for further
# documentation.


#
# Commonly used properties
#

# The file name of the script to run.
#
# Relative paths are evaluated from the directory containing the
# properties file. The default is "grinder.py".
grinder.script = weave.py

# The number of worker processes each agent should start. The default
# is 1.
grinder.processes = 1

# The number of worker threads each worker process should start. The
# default is 1.
grinder.threads = 3

# The number of runs each worker process will perform. When using the
# console this is usually set to 0, meaning "run until the console
# sneds a stop or reset signal". The default is 1.
grinder.runs = 0

# The IP address or host name that the agent and worker processes use
# to contact the console. The default is all the network interfaces
# of the local machine.
; grinder.consoleHost = consolehost

# The IP port that the agent and worker processes use to contact the
# console. Defaults to 6372.
; grinder.consolePort



#
# Less frequently used properties
#


### Logging ###

# The directory in which worker process logs should be created. If not
# specified, the agent's working directory is used.
grinder.logDirectory = log

# The number of archived logs from previous runs that should be kept.
# The default is 1.
grinder.numberOfOldLogs = 2

# Overrides the "host" string used in log filenames and logs. The
# default is the host name of the machine running the agent.
; grinder.hostID = myagent

# Set to false to disable the logging of output and error steams for
# worker processes. You might want to use this to reduce the overhead
# of running a client thread. The default is true.
; grinder.logProcessStreams = false


### Script sleep time ####

# The maximum time in milliseconds that each thread waits before
# starting. Unlike the sleep times specified in scripts, this is
# varied according to a flat random distribution. The actual sleep
# time will be a random value between 0 and the specified value.
# Affected by grinder.sleepTimeFactor, but not
# grinder.sleepTimeVariation. The default is 0ms.
; grinder.initialSleepTime=500

# Apply a factor to all the sleep times you've specified, either
# through a property of in a script. Setting this to 0.1 would run the
# script ten times as fast. The default is 1.
; grinder.sleepTimeFactor=0.01

# The Grinder varies the sleep times specified in scripts according to
# a Normal distribution. This property specifies a fractional range
# within which nearly all (99.75%) of the times will lie. E.g., if the
# sleep time is specified as 1000 and the sleepTimeVariation is set to
# 0.1, then 99.75% of the actual sleep times will be between 900 and
# 1100 milliseconds. The default is 0.2.
; grinder.sleepTimeVariation=0.005


### Worker process control ###

# If set, the agent will ramp up the number of worker processes,
# starting the number specified every
# grinder.processesIncrementInterval milliseconds. The upper limit is
# set by grinder.processes. The default is to start all worker
# processes together.
; grinder.processIncrement = 1

# Used in conjunction with grinder.processIncrement, this property
# sets the interval in milliseconds at which the agent starts new
# worker processes. The value is in milliseconds. The default is 60000
# ms.
; grinder.processIncrementInterval = 10000

# Used in conjunction with grinder.processIncrement, this property
# sets the initial number of worker processes to start. The default is
# the value of grinder.processIncrement.
; process.initialProcesses = 1

# The maximum length of time in milliseconds that each worker process
# should run for. grinder.duration can be specified in conjunction
# with grinder.runs, in which case the worker processes will terminate
# if either the duration time or the number of runs is exceeded. The
# default is to run forever.
; grinder.duration = 60000

# If set to true, the agent process spawns engines in threads rather
# than processes, using special class loaders to isolate the engines.
# This allows the engine to be easily run in a debugger. This is
# primarily a tool for debugging The Grinder engine, but it might also
# be useful to advanced users. The default is false.
; grinder.debug.singleprocess = true

# If set to true, the new DCR instrumentation engine will be used. The
# new engine will always be used if Jython 2.1/2.2 is not found.
; grinder.dcrinstrumentation = false


### Java ###

# Use an alternate JVM for worker processes. The default is "java" so
# you do not need to specify this if java is in your PATH.
; grinder.jvm = /opt/jrockit/jrockit-R27.5.0-jdk1.5.0_14/bin/java

# Use to adjust the classpath used for the worker process JVMs.
# Anything specified here will be prepended to the classpath used to
# start the Grinder processes.
; grinder.jvm.classpath = /tmp/myjar.jar


# Additional arguments to worker process JVMs.

grinder.jvm.arguments= -Dpython.cachedir=/tmp



### Console communications ###

# (See above for console address properties).

# If you are not using the console, and don't want the agent to try to
# contact it, set grinder.useConsole = false. The default is true.
; grinder.useConsole = false

# The period at which each process sends updates to the console. This
# also controls the frequency at which the data files are flushed.
# The default is 500 ms.
; grinder.reportToConsole.interval = 100


### Statistics ###

# Set to false to disable reporting of timing information to the
# console; other statistics are still reported. See
# http://grinder.sourceforge.net/faq.html#timing for why you might
# want to do this. The default is true.
; grinder.reportTimesToConsole = false