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NAME

       ktremotetest - command line interface to test the remote database

DESCRIPTION

       The command `ktremotetest' is a utility for facility test and performance test of the remote database.  This command is used in the following format.  `rnum' specifies the number of iterations.

              ktremotetest order [-th num] [-rnd] [-set|-get|-rem|-etc] [-host str] [-port num] [-tout num] rnum
                     Performs in-order tests.
              ktremotetest bulk [-th num] [-bin] [-rnd] [-set|-get|-rem|-etc] [-bulk num] [-host str] [-port num] [-tout num] [-bnr] rnum
                     Performs bulk operation tests.
              ktremotetest wicked [-th num] [-it num] [-host str] [-port num] [-tout num] rnum
                     Performs mixed operations selected at random.
              ktremotetest usual [-th num] [-it num] [-host str] [-port num] [-tout num] [-kp num] [-vs num] [-xt num] [-iv num] rnum
                     Performs mixed operations to simulate usual use cases.

       Options feature the following.

              -th num : specifies the number of worker threads.
              -rnd : performs random test.
              -set : performs setting operation only.
              -get : performs getting operation only.
              -rem : performs removing operation only.
              -etc : performs miscellaneous operations.
              -host str : specifies the host name of the server.
              -port num : specifies the port number of the server.
              -tout num : specifies the timeout in seconds.
              -bin : uses the binary protocol.
              -bulk num : specifies the number of records in a bulk operation.
              -bnr : enables the no-reply option in the binary protocol.
              -it num : specifies the number of repetition.
              -kp num : specifies the number of patterns of keys.
              -vs num : specifies the size of each value.
              -xt num : specifies the expiration date.
              -iv num : specifies the interval of each operation in milliseconds.

       This command returns 0 on success, another on failure.

SEE ALSO

       ktremotemgr(1)