Command stress

The stress utility is intended for catching sporadic failures. It runs a given process in parallel in a loop and collects any failures. Usage:

$ stress ./fmt.test -test.run=TestSometing -test.cpu=10

You can also specify a number of parallel processes with -p flag; instruct the utility to not kill hanged processes for gdb attach; or specify the failure output you are looking for (if you want to ignore some other sporadic failures).

Command stress imports 10 packages (graph).

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