There are times when you may have a need to test server performance when investigating an issue or doing a predictive analysis. I learned an easy way to do this on Linux using the built-in ‘yes’ command. From the man page for the ‘yes’ command: NAME yes - output a string repeatedly until killed This does exactly as it says and will consume the CPU unless it is controlled or killed.
Using file sets in Wireshark is a great feature. It allows for quickly navigating between smaller files instead of experiencing sluggish performance when analyzing one large file. However, there are times when packet captures were taken using a system other than Wireshark (such as TCPDump or Dumpcap). Other times someone else performs the captures and uses a different naming convention. Either way, there are times when it would be nice to convert these names into Wireshark’s file set naming convention.