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Integration tests ensure that an app's components function correctly at a level that includes the app's supporting infrastructure, such as the database, file system, and network. ASP.NET Core supports integration tests using a unit test framework with a test web host and an in-memory test server.




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Don't write integration tests for every permutation of data and file access with databases and file systems. Regardless of how many places across an app interact with databases and file systems, a focused set of read, write, update, and delete integration tests are usually capable of adequately testing database and file system components. Use unit tests for routine tests of method logic that interact with these components. In unit tests, the use of infrastructure fakes or mocks result in faster test execution.


These prerequisites can be seen in the sample app. Inspect the tests/RazorPagesProject.Tests/RazorPagesProject.Tests.csproj file. The sample app uses the xUnit test framework and the AngleSharp parser library, so the sample app also references:


The WebApplicationFactory constructor infers the app content root path by searching for a WebApplicationFactoryContentRootAttribute on the assembly containing the integration tests with a key equal to the TEntryPoint assembly System.Reflection.Assembly.FullName. In case an attribute with the correct key isn't found, WebApplicationFactory falls back to searching for a solution file (.sln) and appends the TEntryPoint assembly name to the solution directory. The app root directory (the content root path) is used to discover views and content files.


Shadow copying causes the tests to execute in a different directory than the output directory. If your tests rely on loading files relative to Assembly.Location and you encounter issues, you might have to disable shadow copying.


The test framework is xUnit. Integration tests are conducted using the Microsoft.AspNetCore.TestHost, which includes the TestServer. Because the Microsoft.AspNetCore.Mvc.Testing package is used to configure the test host and test server, the TestHost and TestServer packages don't require direct package references in the test app's project file or developer configuration in the test app.


Now you know what DISKSPD is, but when should you use it? DISKSPD has a difficult time emulating complex workloads. But DISKSPD is great when your workload is not closely approximated by a single-threaded file copy, and you need a simple tool that produces acceptable baseline results.


You can also download the DISKSPD tool directly from the GitHub repository that contains the open-source code, and a wiki page that details all the parameters and specifications. In the repository, under Releases, select the link to automatically download the ZIP file.


In the ZIP file, you'll see three subfolders: amd64 (64-bit systems), x86 (32-bit systems), and ARM64 (ARM systems). These options enable you to run the tool in every Windows client or server version.


If you do not have a test file, use the -c parameter to create one. If you use this parameter, be sure to include the test file name when you define your path. For example: [INSERT_CSV_PATH_FOR_TEST_FILE] = C:\ClusterStorage\CSV01\IO.dat. In the example command, IO.dat is the test file name, and test01.txt is the DISKSPD output file name.


-t2: This indicates the number of threads per target/test file. This number is often based on the number of CPU cores. In this case, two threads were used to stress all of the CPU cores.


From the results, you can quickly determine that the cluster configuration is terrible. You can see that it hit the VM limitation of 1920 before the SSD limitation of 5000. If you were limited by the SSD rather than the VM, you could have taken advantage of up to 20000 IOPS (4 drives * 5000) by spanning the test file across multiple drives.


Now that you've started using DISKSPD, there are several things to consider to get real-world test results. These include paying close attention to the parameters you set, storage space health and variables, CSV ownership, and the difference between DISKSPD and file copy.


File copies might not be optimized, There are two levels of parallelism that occur, one internal and the other external. Internally, if the file copy is headed for a remote target, the CopyFileEx engine does apply some parallelization. Externally, there are different ways of invoking the CopyFileEx engine. For example, copies from File Explorer are single threaded, but Robocopy is multi-threaded. For these reasons, it's important to understand whether the implications of the test are what you are looking for.


Every copy has two sides. When you simply copy and paste a file, you may be using two disks: the source disk and the destination disk. If one is slower than the other, you essentially measure the performance of the slower disk. There are other cases where the communication between the source, destination, and the copy engine may affect the performance in unique ways.


1 thread per file => currently, you need to limit your testing to one thread per file as problems may arise in DISKSPD when testing multiple sequential threads.If you use more than one thread, say two, and the -s parameter, the threads will begin non-deterministically to issue I/O operations on top of each other within the same location. This is because they each track their own sequential offset.


The first solution involves using the -si parameter. With this parameter, both threads share a single interlocked offset so that the threads cooperatively issue a single sequential pattern of access to the target file. This allows no one point in the file to be operated on more than once. However, because they still do race each other to issue their I/O operation to the queue, the operations may arrive out of order.


The second solution involves using the -T. This allows you to specify the offset size (inter-I/O gap) between I/O operations performed on the same target file by different threads. For example, threads normally start at offset 0, but this specification allows you to distance the two threads so that they will not overlap each other. In any multithreaded environment, the threads will likely be on different portions of the working target, and this is a way of simulating that situation.


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The FileStorageService class throws some exceptions in case of unexpected situations. Following are the definitions of those exception classes (All the exception classes go inside the package com.example.filedemo.exception).


All right folks! In this article, we learned how to upload single as well as multiple files via REST APIs written in Spring Boot. We also learned how to download files in Spring Boot. Finally, we wrote code to upload files by calling the APIs through javascript.


The Dropbox API allows developers to work with files in Dropbox, including advanced functionality like full-text search, thumbnails, and sharing. The Dropbox API explorer is the easiest way to get started making API calls.


These endpoints accept file content in the request body, so their arguments are instead passed as JSON in the Dropbox-API-Arg request header or arg URL parameter. These endpoints are on the content.dropboxapi.com domain.


As with content-upload endpoints, arguments are passed in the Dropbox-API-Arg request header or arg URL parameter. The response body contains file content, so the result will appear as JSON in the Dropbox-API-Result response header. These endpoints are also on the content.dropboxapi.com domain. 041b061a72


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