QTP 9.2 Footprint
Obviously it depends on the Add-ins that are used but does any one have any general stats on the footprint that is generated by QTP 9.2 (or failing 9.2 any other version)?
Any info would be really useful.
Re: QTP 9.2 Footprint
This is from HP's site https://h10078.www1.hp.com/cda/hpms/disp...9674_4000_100__
QuickTest Professional 9.2 System Requirements
CPU A PC with a Pentium III or higher microprocessor. (Pentium IV or higher recommended)
Operating System Windows 2000—Service Pack 4, Update Rollup 1 for Windows 2000 Service Pack 4, Windows XP 32-Bit Edition—Service Pack 2, Windows XP 64-Bit Edition—Service Pack 1 or Service Pack 2, Windows Server 2003 32-Bit Edition—Service Pack 1, Windows Server 2003 R2 (32-Bit x86) with or without Service Pack 2, Windows 2003 64-Bit Edition with or without Service Pack 2, or Windows Vista 32-bit Edition.
Although QuickTest Professional supports 64 bit Operating Systems, it does not support testing on 64-bit applications.
QuickTest Professional is supported on Windows XP 32-Bit Service Pack 2 only if the execution prevention mechanism (also known as DEP-data execution prevention and NX-no execution) is not activated.
Memory (RAM) A minimum of 512 MB of RAM
Free Hard Disk Space 480 MB of free disk space for application files and folders (recommended 630 MB), and an additional 120 MB of free disk space on the system disk (the disk on which the operating system is installed).
The free disk space requirements do not include disk space required for any prerequisites that may need to be installed before installing QuickTest.
After QuickTest Professional is installed, it is recommended to have at least 150 MB free disk space on the system disk for the operating system and QuickTest Professional to run correctly.
Browser Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 Service Pack 1 or Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0. (required)
Netscape Browser 8.1.2
Mozilla Firefox 1.5 and 2.0
AOL 8.0 and 9.0 (optional)
Re: QTP 9.2 Footprint
Thanks for that, but I'm really looking for any metrics people may have collected on the overhead that the tool takes on the box upon which it's hosted - a Citrix Server in this instance - for example 20% etc.
As I say I understand that this will depend on the add-ins loaded, what the script is doing and how many memory leaks I *intentionally* introduce [img]/images/graemlins/blush.gif[/img]). Nonetheless any info woudl be very welcome.