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Sun Jan 28 21:53:16 UTC 2018

work load: clusters are expected to stay up for long, and be largely

I think we might need an additional selection of tests (and perhaps one
or two additional tests) which instead simulate what users would do:
perform a lot of switch-overs, standby, cib operations, LRM cleanups,
reprobes, status queries, and only extremely rarely - if at all - reboot
a node.

Of course it's still hard to simulate "long-running" as in "a long
time", because, well, that happens to take a long time. ;-) But we can
compress the rest into a shorter period. Thoughts? Comments?


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