• When writing load tests, avoid unwrap() (and variations) in your task functions -- Goose generates a lot of load, and this tends to trigger errors. Embrace Rust's warnings and properly handle all possible errors, this will save you time debugging later.
  • When running your load test, use the cargo --release flag to generate optimized code. This can generate considerably more load test traffic. Learn more about this and other optimizations in "The golden Goose egg, a compile-time adventure".