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    Parameters that to be considered for \'Performance Testing\'

    Hi Everybody,
    Plz let me know the parameters that has to be considered for doing 'Performance Testing'.

    Sreenandan.A
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    Re: Parameters that to be considered for \'Performance Testing\'

    Throughput, response time, stability, efficiency, system usage, network etc.
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    Re: Parameters that to be considered for \'Performance Testing\'

    We used number of open file handles to check for files not properly closed and released, which could be a long-term resource drain.

    Nathan has it right - anything that is constraining on your system. What I want to monitor may be different than what you want to monitor.

    In our case, QA does not specify the parameters to monitor. Nor do the developers. The architects specify what to monitor and on what boxes.

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    Re: Parameters that to be considered for \'Performance Testing\'

    Or, any parameter that reflects information about any resource that could be constrained in your system. The biggies that we start with: CPU, memory, & disk usage.

    What your system does and the requirements it has should drive you toward what you need to monitor. If you're in doubt, check with the engineers, architects, and developers that designed and built the system.
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