took hardcoded reference to clio out
authorsonmi%netscape.com
Mon, 20 Aug 2001 21:25:56 +0000
changeset 1860 8efdf3e684126d5b51cb7cddf1abd757cfc2ddab
parent 1859 8b3b442b6728f057ada744413861809299c78151
child 1863 f3f9ac437aa8047b230acbc5715b445089488856
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took hardcoded reference to clio out
security/nss/tests/ssl/ssl_dist_stress.sh
--- a/security/nss/tests/ssl/ssl_dist_stress.sh
+++ b/security/nss/tests/ssl/ssl_dist_stress.sh
@@ -238,20 +238,18 @@ ssl_ds_dist_stress()
                hbombaix-10
                raven-10
                jordan-10
                phaedrus-10
                louie-10
                trex-10
                compaqtor-10"
 
-  #clientlist="  box-200 washer-50 charm-10 jordan-10 louie-10 smarch-10 phaedrus-10 charm-10 hbombaix-20 box-200 washer-50 "
-  #clientlist=" box-200 washer-50 louie-10 hbombaix-10 charm-10 trex-20 jordan-10 box-200 compaqtor-10 "
   #clientlist=" box-2 washer-5" #FIXME ADJUST
-  clientlist="  box-200 charm-10 jordan-10 louie-10 smarch-10 phaedrus-10 charm-10 "
+  clientlist="  box-200 washer-200"
 
   html_head "SSL Distributed Stress Test"
 
   testname="SSL distributed Stress test"
 
   echo cd "${CLIENTDIR}"
   cd "${CLIENTDIR}"
   if [ -z "CD_QADIR_SSL" ] ; then
@@ -284,19 +282,19 @@ ssl_ds_dist_stress()
   done
 
   echo cd "${CLIENTDIR}"
   cd "${CLIENTDIR}"
 
   sleep 300 # give the clients time to finish #FIXME ADJUST
  
   echo "GET /stop HTTP/1.0\n\n" > stdin.txt #check to make sure it has /r/n
-  echo "tstclnt -h clio.red.iplanet.com -p  8443 -d ${CLIENTDIR} -n TestUser0 "
+  echo "tstclnt -h $HOSTADDR -p  8443 -d ${CLIENTDIR} -n TestUser0 "
   echo "        -w nss -f < stdin.txt"
-  tstclnt -h clio.red.iplanet.com -p  8443 -d ${CLIENTDIR} -n TestUser0 \
+  tstclnt -h $HOSTADDR -p  8443 -d ${CLIENTDIR} -n TestUser0 \
 	  -w nss -f < stdin.txt
   
   html_msg 0 0 "${testname}"
   html "</TABLE><BR>"
 }
 
 ############################ get_certrange #############################
 # local shell function to find the range of certs that the next remote