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Different Performance testing tools?

Below is a list of PT tools: • LoadRunner : HP (Formerly Mercury Interactive) • e-Load :Emprix • Silk Performer : Borland (Seague) • QALoad : Compuware • Rational Performance Tester : IBM Rational • Web Load : Radview • Neo Load : Neotys • Open STA : Open Source.

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What is Non functional Testing?

The non Functional Testing is the type of testing done against the non functional requirements. Most of the criteria are not consider in functional testing so it is used to check the readiness of a system. Non-functional requirements tend to be those that reflect the quality of the product, particularly in the context of the […]

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Different types of Servers?

Types of Servers The multiple types of servers or types of network servers are as follows: Server Platform: Server platform is the fundamental hardware or software for a system which acts as an engine that drives the server. It is often used synonymously with an operating system. Application Server: Also known as a type of […]

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What are the different Types of Web servers?

Web – Server Types Every Web site sits on a computer known as a Web server. This server is always connected to the internet. Every Web server that is connected to the Internet is given a unique address made up of a series of four numbers between 0 and 255 separated by periods.for example, 68.178.157.132 […]

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Internal Error – Report initialization failed

When replaying a Web (HTTP/HTML) script in VuGen 11.51, the following error message is displayed at the beginning of the replay log: Error -27279: Internal Error – Report initialization failed, error code=-2147467259 (0×80004005) The script replay then continues normally and finishes successfully. However, when trying to view the replay results from the Replay -> Test […]

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What is Response time?

Response time represents the user’s perception of how fast the system reacts for a user request or query. The reaction may be slow or fast based on the type of activity and time required to process the request. Response time testing is conducted to know how long the system takes to complete a requested task […]

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What is Throughput?

Throughput testing measures the throughput of a server in the Web-based system. It is a measure of number of bytes serviced per unit time. Throughput of various servers in the system architecture can be measured as kilo bits/second, database queries/minute, transactions/hour, or any other time bound characteristics.

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What is Capacity Testing?

Capacity testing measures the overall capacity of the system and determines at what point response time and throughput become unacceptable. Capacity testing is conducted with normal load to determine the extra capacity where stress capacity is determined by overloading the system until it fails, which is also called a stress load to determine the maximum […]

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What is Load testing?

Load testing is a term which finds a wide usage in industry circles for performance testing. Here, load means the number of concurrent users or the traffic in the system. Load testing is used to determine whether the system is capable of handling various anticipated activities performed concurrently by different users. This is done by […]

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What is Endurance Testing?

Endurance testing deals with the reliability of the system. This type of testing is conducted for different durations to find out the health of the system in terms of its consistent performance. Endurance testing is conducted either on a normal load or on a stress load. However, the duration of the test is the focus […]

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