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Developer's Report: QA Stress Testing & Tools Development
February 2015 - April 2015

February 2015
  • Found / reported bugs: CORE-4683, CORE-4684, CORE-4694
  • Created / modified QA tests for ~50 tracker tickets
  • OLTP-EMUL: finished tests with 'pseudo-partitioning' branch
  • OLTP-EMUL: comparison of versions amount after tests, SS vs SC, FW = OFF, attaches=100
March 2015
  • Found / reported bugs: CORE-4703, CORE-4705, CORE-4712, CORE-4719, CORE-4724, CORE-4725, CORE-4728, CORE-4730
  • Created / modified QA tests for ~170 tracker tickets
  • Implemented several QA tests for heavy usage of windowed functions
  • Implemented integral test for CORE-3735, including all RDB$ and SEC$ tables
April 2015
  • Found / reported bugs: CORE-4733, CORE-4735, CORE-4738, CORE-4739, CORE-4740, CORE-4741, CORE-4744, CORE-4747, CORE-4748, CORE-4749, CORE-4752, CORE-4754, CORE-4755, CORE-4760, CORE-4767, CORE-4768, CORE-4774, CORE-4778, CORE-4779
  • Created / modified QA tests for ~150 tracker tickets 
  • Created test for verifying memory leaks under brute-force attack

Pavel Zotov
Moscow, Russian Federation

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