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    Performance Testing Across Operating Systems

    Pals,
    I have been Testing applications built up on diff architecture for their perfromance.All these Apps were residing on Win OS,but i need to know how to test an app which resides on any one of these OS Linux,Unix,OS/2,Dos ,mainframe and AS/400.Do we have to test apps on mainframe and Mid_Range systems,b'coz by default they perform high-speed operations and so is it necessary to do performance testing on these high-end mac's. If yes then pls ur valuable suggestions on that.Many of the testing tool developers release diff versions for diff OS,so will the purpose be solved by just installing the appropriate version,or shd we have to follow a structured approach for the testing.

    Any sincere effort and help on this is highly appreciated.

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    ArunShakthi




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    Re: Performance Testing Across Operating Systems

    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Arun_Shakthi:
    Pals,
    I have been Testing applications built up on diff architecture for their perfromance.All these Apps were residing on Win OS,but i need to know how to test an app which resides on any one of these OS Linux,Unix,OS/2,Dos ,mainframe and AS/400.Do we have to test apps on mainframe and Mid_Range systems,b'coz by default they perform high-speed operations and so is it necessary to do performance testing on these high-end mac's. If yes then pls ur valuable suggestions on that.Many of the testing tool developers release diff versions for diff OS,so will the purpose be solved by just installing the appropriate version,or shd we have to follow a structured approach for the testing.

    Any sincere effort and help on this is highly appreciated.

    Thanks.

    ArunShakthi

    <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Please clarify your question. Currently you are testing applications on Windows OSs. Now you want to learn how to test on other OSs.
    How did you test your app on Windows? Using automated testing tools? Functional Testing? Performance Testing?
    What type of application is it? Client/Server? Web?
    What languages/technologies are you using?
    Are you looking for different types of tools available for other OSs?
    Also, please clarify this question:

    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Arun_Shakthi:
    .....Do we have to test apps on mainframe and Mid_Range systems,b'coz by default they perform high-speed operations and so is it necessary to do performance testing on these high-end mac's.

    <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Please clarify what exactly you are looking for.
    Thanks,
    Elfriede




    [This message has been edited by Elfriede Dustin (edited 11-03-2001).]

 

 

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