Tatsuo Ishii <ishii(at)sraoss(dot)co(dot)jp> writes:
> 2) it requires a location where those scripts reside. $prefix/etc
> seems appropriate?
I was thinking of just embedding the default scripts as constants in
the program text. A little bit ugly but saves a lot of headache with
needing to find installed files.
>> Also it seems like it'd be useful if there could be more than one
>> script, so as to test situations where the clients aren't all doing
>> exactly the same thing.
> How do you assign different scripts to different clients?
I'd be happy with either round-robin or random selection of a new script
each time a thread finishes a script.
regards, tom lane
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