As part of debugging
CCBC-907, I realised that n1qlback does not log anything once it has finished reading in the input file.
It would be useful for future debugging purposes if n1qlback logged the number of statements that it read in from the input file before beginning the execution loop, this has the added benefit of allowing the user to check if all statements in the file have been read in correctly.
|For Gerrit Dashboard: CCBC-908|
|91026,2||CCBC-908: cbc-n1qlback: report number of loaded queries||master||libcouchbase||Status: MERGED||+2||+1|