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Each of zip files listed below contains both Linux/Unix and Windows builds. Simply unzip the file to your preferred location and update the swingbench.env (2.3 only) file for Linux/Unix or the swingbenchenv.bat for Windows. Users adding new transactions in the source directory or updating existing ones should also update the build.xml file to reflect the source directories location. You'll need to make sure you have a set of Oracle/TimesTen client side libraries available if you plan to use native driver functionality.

SwingBench

Unix/Linux/Windows version 2.5.0.931(Stable), Updated July 30th 2014 (requires Java 6, Java 7 or Java 8)
Unix/Linux/Windows version 2.4.0.845(Stable), Updated December 8th 2011 (requires Java 6)
Unix/Linux/Windows version 2.3.0.422(Stable). Updated 23rd June 2009

Data Generator

Unix/Linux/Windows version 0.4.0.300 Updated 1st January 2011

Trace Analyzer

Unix/Linux/Windows version 0.1.0.100 Updated 7th June 2010

CPU Monitor

Unix/Linux/Windows version 0.2 Updated 14th March 2013

Database Time Viewer

Unix/Linux/Windows version 0.1a Updated 30th July 2014

MonitorDB

Unix/Linux/Windows version 0.2 Updated 20th September 2013

Documentation

SwingBench User Guide and Reference 2.2
NOTE : This document is significantly out of date

This is the updated reference manual for swingbench 2.2. As in previous manuals it describes its basic functionality and how to build your own transactions. It also now has a simple walkthrough on configuring a load generator with the calling circle benchmark.


ClusterOverview User Guide and Reference
NOTE : This document is significantly out of date

This document details the functionality of the ClusterOverview component of the SwingBench framework. Its discusses its configuration and functionality and includes a number of walk throughs on how this component can be used to demonstrate RAC scalability and failover.
Updated for version 2.1g


SwingBench User Guide and Reference
NOTE : This document is significantly out of date

This document contains the reference documentation for the SwingBench load generator. It describes its basic functionality and how to build your own transactions. It also now has a simple walkthrough on configuring a load generator with the calling circle benchmark.
Updated for version 2.1g