Enhancing log_client and log_server
The previous versions of log_client, called “log_cmd”, and log_server were indeed primitive.
While these could be used as they are written, with a few additional options, they could turn into really useful tools.
The log_server could become the core of a solid system much more easily extended to whatever application it lives in. Using log_server in most any application could be as simple as “import log_server” and calling a few routines.
Additions to log_server include adding logs to a database, filtering the logs either before or after storage, a graphical module that reads from either text or database storage, etc.
The log_client should remain as a test and performance utility passing test logs to log_server. Executing log_client from different systems using “host=” and with multiple instances could really exercise system capabilities.
Measuring systems throughput and loading times can result in overall confidence of systems worthiness.Continue reading