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Developer's Report: QA Stress Testing & Tools Development
September - December 2015

September 2015
  • Found / reported bugs: CORE-4921, CORE-4922, CORE-4926, CORE-4927, CORE-4929, CORE-4938
  • Created / modified QA tests for 15 tracker tickets
  • OLTP-EMUL: a few crashes are observed and reported
  • OLTP-EMUL: deep refactoring of command scripts (.bat and .sh)
  • OLTP-EMUL: added support to view final report in HTML format (bulk changes in .bat scenarios)
  • Implemented the integral script for testing CORE-3362
October 2015
  • Found / reported bugs: CORE-4953, CORE-4961, CORE-4963, CORE-4968, CORE-4970, CORE-4971, CORE-4974, CORE-4976, CORE-4977, CORE-4985, CORE-4986
  • Created / modified QA tests for 12 tracker tickets, also updated many functional tests
  • Added several tests from EQC, with re-implementing them to FB syntax, see: functional/tabloid/eqc*
  • OLTP-EMUL: misc changes in *nix command scenario (.sh)
  • OLTP-EMUL: a number of benchmarks, results are reported to developers
November 2015
  • Found / reported bugs: CORE-5005, CORE-5013, CORE-5022
  • Created / modified QA tests for 9 tracker tickets
  • OLTP-EMUL: misc improvements (log retrieval, html reporting, summary)
  • OLTP-EMUL: testing 100 Gb database, 50 attachments
  • Research on the joins transformations, created some samples
December 2015
  • Found / reported bugs: CORE-5040, CORE-5048, CORE-5050, CORE-5052, CORE-5054, CORE-5056, CORE-5061
  • Created / modified QA tests for 17 tracker tickets
  • Research on the joins transformations (continued)
  • OLTP-EMUL: benchmarked 2.5.3, 2.5.4 and 2.5.5

Pavel Zotov
Moscow, Russian Federation


 
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