Have you ever been attacked by a goose?
Goose is a load testing framework inspired by Locust. User behavior is defined with standard Rust code.
Goose load tests, called Goose Attacks, are built by creating an application with Cargo, and declaring a dependency on the Goose library.
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Transaction::new(foo), but also does some boxing to work around a limitation in the compiler.
GooseAttackload test operates in one (and only one) of the following modes.
GooseAttackload test moves through each of the following phases during a complete load test.
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