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Hi Holger, I never used virtbts but I think it should be quite easy adding support for it in osmo-gsm-tester. The only big issue I can think of is that we need to find a way to differentiate between virtbs and other bts since they use a different communication medium and then that means that the requested modems to run for the test with virtbts need to be selected accordingly (ie. don't allocate an ofono modem from the object pool if we are using a virbts). That can probably accomplished easily too, by adding new attributes to objects to describe that characteristic. It can be a good idea to support this at some point if we want to test for compatibility between "mobile" app + virtbs and other BTS and modems, for instance see if we can place a call between a regular modem with a sysmobts and a "mobile" app + virtbts. Then we can make sure we don't add regressions in the future. Regarding the performance, I imagine osmo-gsm-tester will have a hard time running that amount of objects/processes, as we didn't have this kind of scenarios in mind since it was developed having real hardware in mind. Furthermore, the unit running osmo-gsm-tester is not a big machine so I guess it would have problems running that amount of processes alone. I don't think the language is going to be that important, it depends more on how do you plan intend to manage all of those processes in a efficient way from system OS point of view. Regards, -- - Pau Espin Pedrol <pespin at sysmocom.de> http://www.sysmocom.de/ ======================================================================= * sysmocom - systems for mobile communications GmbH * Alt-Moabit 93 * 10559 Berlin, Germany * Sitz / Registered office: Berlin, HRB 134158 B * Geschaeftsfuehrer / Managing Director: Harald Welte