Announcing SLOB 2.5.4

SLOB 2.5.4 has important fixes to support very large session count testing. Testing with a large number of sessions is generally done in conjunction with enabling SLOB think time. Please see the documentation for more information about testing with SLOB think time. SLOB 2.5.4 has been tested with 12,288 sessions on 8-node RAC clusters (1,536 sessions per RAC instance) with varying think time.

When testing with very large session count, please consider taking advantage of the SLOB 2.5.3 feature of improved SLOB sessions placement as explained here.

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