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Last active Jan 4, 2016

A script to generate some random data for testing nGrok
#!/bin/bash
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#
# randomData.sh
# Used to generate random strings to test nGrok node module.
#
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#
# The MIT License (MIT)
#
# Copyright (c) 2014 Justin Shattuck <justinshattuck@gmail.com>
#
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randomString() {
index=0
files=(/usr/local/*)
str=""
str1=""
str2=""
for i in {a..z}; do arr[index]=$i; index=`expr ${index} + 1`; done
for i in {A..Z}; do arr[index]=$i; index=`expr ${index} + 1`; done
for i in {0..9}; do arr[index]=$i; index=`expr ${index} + 1`; done
for i in {1..12}; do str="$str${arr[$RANDOM%$index]}"; done
for i in {1..8}; do str1="$str1${arr[$RANDOM%$index]}"; done
for i in {1..32}; do str2="$str2${arr[$RANDOM%$index]}"; done
printf "%s\n" "$str $str1 <$str2> (${files[RANDOM % ${#files[@]}]})"
}
# print for X seconds, passed with $1
#for t in $(seq ${start} $1 ${stop})
while :
do
randomString
sleep $1
done
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