1999-06-20 14:34:30

by John Peter DeVale

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Subject: Re: crashme and other programs


Crashme was written by George Carrette. Info and source can be had at :


In essence, it creates a random data stream and tells the system to try
and execute it. Like the mythical infinite number of monkeys, it will
occasionally generate stuff that will trigger system failures.


Righteous convert to the Rebel Alliance
"Train me, Yoda" ;-|

On Thu, 17 Jun 1999, Brian wrote:

> I am looking for programs or a suite of tests to totally pound my system
> and try to get it to hicup. I have heard of "crashme", and some other
> tests, does anyone have any links to point me in the right direction?
> Brian
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