Funkload to be revisited!
This was originally posted on blogger here.
Benoit Delbosc (I assume its him because the Blogger sign was 'Ben') last week responded to these two posts I made in February:
Especially to managers.
Well, Benoit told me that the latest Funkload calls for python-gdchart2, for which linux packages (at least Debian and Ubuntu) can be had. So installation across the many machines I touch will be trivial. I don't always use linux, but now I'll make sure to use it when I need Funkload to do what I need. It might also work with Mac OS X, something I plan to investigate tomorrow.
This makes me very happy. I really enjoyed playing with Funkload, and plan to do more of it in the near future.
And, just to make Benoit happy, even though it wasn't official, for the past 6 months or so I've used it in many unofficial load/functional tests for http://nasascience.nasa.gov as well as other internal efforts. :)
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