SmartModules are binaries developed for real-time data stream processing, requiring in-line and live testing facilities. This section covers in-line testing, and the next section describes how to load SmartMoudules on the Cluster for live traffic testing.
This section assumes that SMDK is installed and
my-filter project has been generated.
my-filter project directory and run
$ smdk build ... Compiling my-filter v0.1.0 (~/smdk/my-filter) Finished release-lto [optimized] target(s) in 12.65s
The build process generated an binary optimized for WebAssembly. We are now ready to test it.
Testing a SmartModule takes
files from the commnad line.
Let’s perform the matching test for our
my-filter that looks for letter
$ smdk test --text cat loading module at: ~/smdk/my-filter/target/wasm32-unknown-unknown/release-lto/my_filter.wasm 1 records outputed cat
Next, an non-matching test:
$ smdk test --text dog loading module at: ~/smdk/my-filter/target/wasm32-unknown-unknown/release-lto/my_filter.wasm 0 records outputed
smdk test -h for additional parameters.
Checkout the next section on how upload the SmartModule to your local cluster or InfinyOn Cloud for live traffic testing.