Ask for the document which explain the parameters in hub_4444.json and node_5555.json

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Ask for the document which explain the parameters in hub_4444.json and node_5555.json

Summer Zhang
Hi, 
Does any one know where can I find a document which explain meaning of each parameters in hub_4444.json and node_5555.json?
Thanks for your help in advance.

Br,
Amber

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Re: Ask for the document which explain the parameters in hub_4444.json and node_5555.json

Krishnan Mahadevan

See if my blog helps: https://rationaleemotions.github.io/gridopadesham/

 

Its more than a blog.

It is meant to be a living detailed documentation for all aspects around the grid.

It refers to 3.4.0 as a version when explaining things.

I haven’t got time to go back and update it to refer to the latest released version. Hopefully I should be able to do it over the weekend.

 

Thanks & Regards

Krishnan Mahadevan

 

"All the desirable things in life are either illegal, expensive, fattening or in love with someone else!"

My Scribblings @ http://wakened-cognition.blogspot.com/

My Technical Scribbings @ http://rationaleemotions.wordpress.com/

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Hi, 

Does any one know where can I find a document which explain meaning of each parameters in hub_4444.json and node_5555.json?

Thanks for your help in advance.

 

Br,

Amber

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Re: Ask for the document which explain the parameters in hub_4444.json and node_5555.json

Summer Zhang
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Finally I got the answer:

java -jar selenium-server-standalone-3.3.1.jar -role node -help

Usage: <main class> [options]
  Options:
    --version, -version
       Displays the version and exits.
       Default: false
    -browserTimeout
       <Integer> in seconds : number of seconds a browser session is allowed to
       hang while a WebDriver command is running (example: driver.get(url)). If the
       timeout is reached while a WebDriver command is still processing, the session
       will quit. Minimum value is 60. An unspecified, zero, or negative value means
       wait indefinitely.
       Default: 0
    -capabilities, -browser
       <String> : comma separated Capability values. Example: -capabilities
       browserName=firefox,platform=linux -capabilities browserName=chrome,platform=linux
       Default: [Capabilities [{seleniumProtocol=WebDriver, browserName=chrome, maxInstances=5}], Capabilities [{seleniumProtocol=WebDriver, browserName=firefox, maxInstances=5}], Capabilities [{seleniumProtocol=WebDriver, browserName=internet explorer, maxInstances=1}]]
    -cleanUpCycle
       <Integer> in ms : specifies how often the hub will poll running proxies
       for timed-out (i.e. hung) threads. Must also specify "timeout" option
    -custom
       <String> : comma separated key=value pairs for custom grid extensions.
       NOT RECOMMENDED -- may be deprecated in a future revision. Example: -custom
       myParamA=Value1,myParamB=Value2
       Default: {}
    -debug
       <Boolean> : enables LogLevel.FINE.
       Default: false
    -downPollingLimit
       <Integer> : node is marked as "down" if the node hasn't responded after
       the number of checks specified in [downPollingLimit].
       Default: 2
    -host
       <String> IP or hostname : usually determined automatically. Most commonly
       useful in exotic network configurations (e.g. network with VPN)
    -hub
       <String> : the url that will be used to post the registration request.
       This option takes precedence over -hubHost and -hubPort options.
       Default: http://localhost:4444
    -hubHost
       <String> IP or hostname : the host address of the hub we're attempting to
       register with. If -hub is specified the -hubHost is determined from it.
    -hubPort
       <Integer> : the port of the hub we're attempting to register with. If
       -hub is specified the -hubPort is determined from it.
    -id
       <String> : optional unique identifier for the node. Defaults to the url
       of the remoteHost, when not specified.
    -jettyThreads, -jettyMaxThreads
       <Integer> : max number of threads for Jetty. An unspecified, zero, or
       negative value means the Jetty default value (200) will be used.
    -log
       <String> filename : the filename to use for logging. If omitted, will log
       to STDOUT
    -maxSession
       <Integer> max number of tests that can run at the same time on the node,
       irrespective of the browser used
       Default: 5
    -nodeConfig
       <String> filename : JSON configuration file for the node. Overrides
       default values
    -nodePolling
       <Integer> in ms : specifies how often the hub will poll to see if the
       node is still responding.
       Default: 5000
    -nodeStatusCheckTimeout
       <Integer> in ms : connection/socket timeout, used for node "nodePolling"
       check.
       Default: 5000
    -port
       <Integer> : the port number the server will use.
       Default: 5555
    -proxy
       <String> : the class used to represent the node proxy. Default is
       [org.openqa.grid.selenium.proxy.DefaultRemoteProxy].
       Default: org.openqa.grid.selenium.proxy.DefaultRemoteProxy
    -register

java -jar selenium-server-standalone-3.3.1.jar -help
Usage: <main class> [options]
  Options:
    --version, -version
       Displays the version and exits.
       Default: false
    -browserTimeout
       <Integer> in seconds : number of seconds a browser session is allowed to
       hang while a WebDriver command is running (example: driver.get(url)). If the
       timeout is reached while a WebDriver command is still processing, the session
       will quit. Minimum value is 60. An unspecified, zero, or negative value means
       wait indefinitely.
       Default: 0
    -debug
       <Boolean> : enables LogLevel.FINE.
       Default: false
    -jettyThreads, -jettyMaxThreads
       <Integer> : max number of threads for Jetty. An unspecified, zero, or
       negative value means the Jetty default value (200) will be used.
    -log
       <String> filename : the filename to use for logging. If omitted, will log
       to STDOUT
    -port
       <Integer> : the port number the server will use.
       Default: 4444
    -role
       <String> options are [hub], [node], or [standalone].
       Default: standalone
    -timeout, -sessionTimeout
       <Integer> in seconds : Specifies the timeout before the server
       automatically kills a session that hasn't had any activity in the last X seconds. The
       test slot will then be released for another test to use. This is typically
       used to take care of client crashes. For grid hub/node roles, cleanUpCycle
       must also be set.
       Default: 1800

在 2018年5月10日星期四 UTC+8上午11:10:23,Summer Zhang写道:
Hi, 
Does any one know where can I find a document which explain meaning of each parameters in hub_4444.json and node_5555.json?
Thanks for your help in advance.

Br,
Amber

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