Further reading / knowledgebase

The Locust wiki serves as a community maintained knowledgebase for Locust, augmenting the official documentation.

You’ll also find a lot of answers on stackoverflow, for example:

In other words, just google whatever problem or error message you’re getting and you are likely to find good answers out there.

If you think Locust is missing some obvious feature (like stopping after a certain number of iterations/requests, setting goals/thresholds for when to fail a test run, support for additional User types like Kafka, Selenium/WebDriver etc), chances are it is implemented in locust-plugins