New user questions

Dustin Sallings dustin at
Fri Apr 13 16:49:20 UTC 2007

On Apr 13, 2007, at 7:24 , Cal Heldenbrand wrote:

> Thanks for all the info!  Do you think you could give me a small  
> snippet of that mcsets file you generated?  I've only scanned over  
> the protocol a bit, but I'd like to do a few tests in my  
> environment too.  I didn't think I could use netcat directly on the  
> server, that's pretty cool.  :-)

	This is how I generated them:

#!/usr/bin/env python

import sys

for i in range(int(sys.argv[1])):
         sys.stdout.write("set k%s 0 300 26\r\n%s\r\n" % (i, "x" * 26))

	Notice the CR is important, so this won't necessarily paste well  
(ff=dos in vim will probably do it):

set k0 0 300 26
set k1 0 300 26
set k2 0 300 26

	I sent the output of nc to /dev/null, but you could also stream it  
through grep looking for errors.  Checking the stats and spot  
checking was fine for me since I really just wanted to know how fast  
it *could* load them (on my machine, anyway).

Dustin Sallings

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