--manager: starts a Goose process in Manager mode. There currently can only be one Manager per Gaggle.
--worker: starts a Goose process in Worker mode. How many Workers are in a given Gaggle is defined by the
--expect-workersoption, documented below.
--no-hash-check: tells Goose to ignore if the load test application doesn't match between Worker(s) and the Manager. This is not recommended, and can cause the application to panic.
--no-hash-check flags must be set on the Manager. Workers inherit these flags from the Manager
--manager-bind-host <manager-bind-host>: configures the host that the Manager listens on. By default Goose will listen on all interfaces, or
--manager-bind-port <manager-bind-port>: configures the port that the Manager listens on. By default Goose will listen on port
--manager-host <manager-host>: configures the host that the Worker will talk to the Manager on. By default, a Goose Worker will connect to the localhost, or
127.0.0.1. In a distributed load test, this must be set to the IP of the Goose Manager.
--manager-port <manager-port>: configures the port that a Worker will talk to the Manager on. By default, a Goose Worker will connect to port
--run-time options must be set on the Manager. Workers inherit these options from the Manager.
--throttle-requests option must be configured on each Worker, and can be set to a different value on each Worker if desired.