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WTP Performance Tests/2008-07-21

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Gary Karasiuk Y
Angel Vera Y
Mark Hutchinson Y
Nick Sandonato Y
Carl Anderson Y
Kaloyan Raev Y
Raghu Srinivasan Y
Neil Hauge Y
David Williams


First meeting
Explain current problems
Discuss how we would like to see WTP performance tests look like.


Teams should own the perf tests, like they do the junit tests. This responsibility should not be centralized.
Tests should be run in central controlled environment.
There is good value to have tests running repeatedly, but they should be meaningful. Tests should be automated and run frequently enough.
We want to reuse as much as we can. We should use the same framework as the Platform team does.
Start with 1 test per component
Let's start with looking at how the Platform team does their performance tests.
At the moment we have one Windows Server 2003 machine for the performance tests (owned by Kaloyan).
We can start running the automated perf tests on it. If we want to do this on other platforms we should make a list of possible machines the perf team can gather.
Gary: Above is about automated testing. How about ad-hoc perf testing? Incorporate as part of our smoke tests? Performance snapshots. The tester clicks a menu item to start recording the snapshot...?!

Action items

Gary - will spend one hour to see how the Platform are doing their performance tests
Everybody else - do like Gary or at least spend some time reading the Performance wiki page and related links.
Gary - put info on the wiki about how ad-hoc perf testing is done.


Performance wiki page
Performance results for WTP 2.0
Performance results for WTP 2.0.1 (run on the new system as a basis for reference)

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