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2. The testing function ?test_locate_instance? is used to verify the adding result. The ?test_locate_instance? will be run on machine ?hawksnest? then on ?jefferson?.
3.The same instance is deleted from machine ?hawksnest?.
4.The testing function ?test_print_instance? is employed to verify the deleting result. It will be run on machine ?hawksnest? then on ?jefferson?.

5. Repeat test case 1~ 4, only change the machine from ?hawksnest? to ?jefferson?.

? Conclusion
In this simple testing example, two testing functions are invoked on two different machines. After each testing function is invoked, the verification function is executed on two machines to check the testing result. So there are totally four testing functions and eight verification functions are executed.