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Posted over 9 years ago by Rob Day
Its pleasure to announce the availability of SIPP version 3.1! Contributors have enriched SIPp with new features, another step towards making a more complete SIP benchmark tool. A lot of new enhancements and bug fixes have been added since 3.0. ... [More] Major changes include- -Complete rework of the call structure, making the architecture more extensible and enable handling of out-of-call messages. -Introduction of dead call class, to differentiate a dead call from "out-of-call" messages. -Enhanced scenario capabilities with new actions and attributes. -Introduction of out-of-call scenarios. -Introduction of action 'jump' to go to new XML element. -Introduction of element nop, to not drop the first message. -Introduction of start_txn attribute, to enable starting of transaction by a UAC. -Enhanced logging and display. -Log files can now be treated as Ring Buffer -Option to choose scenario to display on screen. -Statistics more tied to scenarios. and a lot of new features (see complete release notes) We, thank the people contributing to this release, especially Charles P. Wright from IBM, and also: M.H.VanLeeuwen Andreas Bergmann Marc VAN DIEST Anuj Kumar Srivastava in addition to people contributing to previous releases: Klaus Darilion Scott Oaks from SUN Pandurangan R S Artem Naluzhnyy Kristoffer Gronowski from Ericsson Anatoly Pidruchny Marc Van Diest from Belgacom Hemanth Balaji Peter Higginson Philippe Lecluse from Intel Gareth Armstrong Martin H. Van Leeuwen Michael Hirschbichler from T.U Wien Alexandre Ajjan from Atos Origin Frederique Aurouet Lee Ballard from General Bandwidth Joseph Bannino from Atos Origin Wolfgang Beck Venu Bellary Sapan Bhatia Michel de Boer from Alcatel-Lucent Clement Chen Ly Cong-Dung Alexandr Dubovikov Stefan Esser Bruno Guerin from Atos Origin Enrico Hartung from iptel Peter Higginson from Newport Networks JPeG Dmitriy Kargapolov Nasir Khan. Heikki Lindholm Gerard Lyonnaz from HP Mike Machado from Liveops Lord Magnos David Mansutti from HP Kris Marsh Scott McGlashan Marco Miller Shriram Natarajan from Personasoft Amit On from Followap Herve Pellan from HP Lars Roland Russel Roy Martin Shaw Guillaume Teissier from France Telecom R&D Vlad Troyanker Venkatesh Regards Anuj [Less]
Posted over 9 years ago by sriv...@users.sourceforge.net (Anuj )
Its pleasure to announce the availability of SIPP version 3.1! (0 comments)
Posted over 9 years ago by sriv...@users.sourceforge.net (Anuj )
Its pleasure to announce the availability of SIPP version 3.1! (0 comments)
Posted over 9 years ago by Rob Day
Its pleasure to announce the availability of SIPP version 3.1! Contributors have enriched SIPp with new features, another step towards making a more complete SIP benchmark tool. A lot of new enhancements and bug fixes have been added since 3.0. ... [More] Major changes include- -Complete rework of the call structure, making the architecture more extensible and enable handling of out-of-call messages. -Introduction of dead call class, to differentiate a dead call from "out-of-call" messages. -Enhanced scenario capabilities with new actions and attributes. -Introduction of out-of-call scenarios. -Introduction of action 'jump' to go to new XML element. -Introduction of element nop, to not drop the first message. -Introduction of start_txn attribute, to enable starting of transaction by a UAC. -Enhanced logging and display. -Log files can now be treated as Ring Buffer -Option to choose scenario to display on screen. -Statistics more tied to scenarios. and a lot of new features (see complete release notes) We, thank the people contributing to this release, especially Charles P. Wright from IBM, and also: M.H.VanLeeuwen Andreas Bergmann Marc VAN DIEST Anuj Kumar Srivastava in addition to people contributing to previous releases: Klaus Darilion Scott Oaks from SUN Pandurangan R S Artem Naluzhnyy Kristoffer Gronowski from Ericsson Anatoly Pidruchny Marc Van Diest from Belgacom Hemanth Balaji Peter Higginson Philippe Lecluse from Intel Gareth Armstrong Martin H. Van Leeuwen Michael Hirschbichler from T.U Wien Alexandre Ajjan from Atos Origin Frederique Aurouet Lee Ballard from General Bandwidth Joseph Bannino from Atos Origin Wolfgang Beck Venu Bellary Sapan Bhatia Michel de Boer from Alcatel-Lucent Clement Chen Ly Cong-Dung Alexandr Dubovikov Stefan Esser Bruno Guerin from Atos Origin Enrico Hartung from iptel Peter Higginson from Newport Networks JPeG Dmitriy Kargapolov Nasir Khan. Heikki Lindholm Gerard Lyonnaz from HP Mike Machado from Liveops Lord Magnos David Mansutti from HP Kris Marsh Scott McGlashan Marco Miller Shriram Natarajan from Personasoft Amit On from Followap Herve Pellan from HP Lars Roland Russel Roy Martin Shaw Guillaume Teissier from France Telecom R&D Vlad Troyanker Venkatesh Regards Anuj [Less]
Posted about 10 years ago by Rob Day
Greetings, The SIPp contributors are happy to announce you the availability of the new SIPp stable version (3.0) ! A huge number of enhancements and bug fixes have been added since 2.0.1 version was released, including : - a completely ... [More] rework of the network I/O subsystem - a new message parsing procedure - a more powerful call variables handling, allowing arithmetical operations and string variables - a new ‘users’ mode, useful for designing close-to-reality registration test cases - the multi injection file support and a lot of other useful features (see the complete release note here: http://sourceforge.net/project/shownotes.php?group_id=104305&release_id=559051 ). A lot of regression tests have been run to ensure the stability of this version, the numerous regression bugs faced recently have been fixed. As a consequence, the restriction on the user contributions is now lifted: enhancement patches can be submitted using the following link : http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=104305&atid=637566 , and will be reviewed for aceptance by the contributors. Unsolved bugs can be submitted here: http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=104305&atid=637564 . We’d like to thank the people contributing to this release, especially Charles P. Wright from IBM, and also: Klaus Darilion Scott Oaks from SUN Pandurangan R S Artem Naluzhnyy Kristoffer Gronowski from Ericsson Anatoly Pidruchny Marc Van Diest from Belgacom Hemanth Balaji Peter Higginson Philippe Lecluse from Intel Gareth Armstrong Martin H. Van Leeuwen Michael Hirschbichler from T.U Wien In addition, the people contributing since the initial 1.0 release: Alexandre Ajjan from Atos Origin Frederique Aurouet Lee Ballard from General Bandwidth Joseph Bannino from Atos Origin Wolfgang Beck Venu Bellary Sapan Bhatia Michel de Boer from Alcatel-Lucent Clement Chen Ly Cong-Dung Alexandr Dubovikov Stefan Esser Bruno Guerin from Atos Origin Enrico Hartung from iptel Peter Higginson from Newport Networks JPeG Dmitriy Kargapolov Nasir Khan. Heikki Lindholm Gerard Lyonnaz from HP Mike Machado from Liveops Lord Magnos David Mansutti from HP Kris Marsh Scott McGlashan Marco Miller Shriram Natarajan from Personasoft Amit On from Followap Herve Pellan from HP Lars Roland Russel Roy Martin Shaw Guillaume Teissier from France Telecom R&D Vlad Troyanker Venkatesh Best regards, The SIPp contributors Olivier Boulkroune [Less]
Posted about 10 years ago by oboulk...@users.sourceforge.net (Olivier Boulkroune)
Greetings,The SIPp contributors are happy to announce you the availability of the new SIPp stable version (3.0) ! (0 comments)
Posted about 10 years ago by oboulk...@users.sourceforge.net (Olivier Boulkroune)
Greetings,The SIPp contributors are happy to announce you the availability of the new SIPp stable version (3.0) ! (0 comments)
Posted about 10 years ago by Rob Day
Greetings, The SIPp contributors are happy to announce you the availability of the new SIPp stable version (3.0) ! A huge number of enhancements and bug fixes have been added since 2.0.1 version was released, including : - a completely ... [More] rework of the network I/O subsystem - a new message parsing procedure - a more powerful call variables handling, allowing arithmetical operations and string variables - a new ‘users’ mode, useful for designing close-to-reality registration test cases - the multi injection file support and a lot of other useful features (see the complete release note here: http://sourceforge.net/project/shownotes.php?group_id=104305&release_id=559051 ). A lot of regression tests have been run to ensure the stability of this version, the numerous regression bugs faced recently have been fixed. As a consequence, the restriction on the user contributions is now lifted: enhancement patches can be submitted using the following link : http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=104305&atid=637566 , and will be reviewed for aceptance by the contributors. Unsolved bugs can be submitted here: http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=104305&atid=637564 . We’d like to thank the people contributing to this release, especially Charles P. Wright from IBM, and also: Klaus Darilion Scott Oaks from SUN Pandurangan R S Artem Naluzhnyy Kristoffer Gronowski from Ericsson Anatoly Pidruchny Marc Van Diest from Belgacom Hemanth Balaji Peter Higginson Philippe Lecluse from Intel Gareth Armstrong Martin H. Van Leeuwen Michael Hirschbichler from T.U Wien In addition, the people contributing since the initial 1.0 release: Alexandre Ajjan from Atos Origin Frederique Aurouet Lee Ballard from General Bandwidth Joseph Bannino from Atos Origin Wolfgang Beck Venu Bellary Sapan Bhatia Michel de Boer from Alcatel-Lucent Clement Chen Ly Cong-Dung Alexandr Dubovikov Stefan Esser Bruno Guerin from Atos Origin Enrico Hartung from iptel Peter Higginson from Newport Networks JPeG Dmitriy Kargapolov Nasir Khan. Heikki Lindholm Gerard Lyonnaz from HP Mike Machado from Liveops Lord Magnos David Mansutti from HP Kris Marsh Scott McGlashan Marco Miller Shriram Natarajan from Personasoft Amit On from Followap Herve Pellan from HP Lars Roland Russel Roy Martin Shaw Guillaume Teissier from France Telecom R&D Vlad Troyanker Venkatesh Best regards, The SIPp contributors Olivier Boulkroune [Less]
Posted over 10 years ago by Rob Day
The SIPp contributors are happy to announce the availability of SIPp 2.0! Since 1.1rc8, many new features and fixes, as well as tons of performance enhancements have been made. You can get the full release notes there: ... [More] https://sourceforge.net/project/shownotes.php?release_id=504154 And you can download SIPp 2.0 from: https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=104305&package_id=119322&release_id=504154 This is a major milestone for SIPp. Starting right now, several contributors will work to add a big set of new features and enhancements, especially to transform SIPp into the ultimate SIP benchmark tool. Stay tuned! But first, let's celebrate the moment and thanks all the people that contributed to the 2.0 release (since 1.1rc8): Juan Antonio Alvarez Olivier Boulkroune from Atos Origin Michael Dwyer from Cibation Ben Evans from Open Cloud. Michael Hirschbichler from Technische Universitaet Wien Olivier Jacques from HP F. Tarek Rogers from Cisco Marc Van Diest from Belgacom Dragos Vingarzan from Fokus Charles P. Wright from IBM Research This is not to forget everybody that contributed since 1.0 was released: Alexandre Ajjan from Atos Origin Frederique Aurouet Lee Ballard from General Bandwidth Joseph Bannino from Atos Origin Wolfgang Beck Venu Bellary Sapan Bhatia Michel de Boer from Alcatel-Lucent Clement Chen Ly Cong-Dung Alexandr Dubovikov Bruno Guerin from Atos Origin Enrico Hartung from iptel Peter Higginson from Newport Networks JPeG Dmitriy Kargapolov Nasir Khan. Heikki Lindholm Gerard Lyonnaz from HP Mike Machado from Liveops Lord Magnos David Mansutti from HP Kris Marsh Scott McGlashan Marco Miller Shriram Natarajan from Personasoft Amit On from Followap Herve Pellan from HP Lars Roland Russel Roy Martin Shaw Guillaume Teissier from France Telecom R&D Vlad Troyanker Venkatesh Thanks everyone, and have fun with SIPp! Olivier Jacques - HP [Less]
Posted over 10 years ago by ojac...@users.sourceforge.net (Olivier Jacques)
The SIPp contributors are happy to announce the availability of SIPp 2.0! (0 comments)