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From Ole Solberg <Ole.Solb...@Sun.COM>
Subject Re: Testing for 10.1.3
Date Wed, 24 May 2006 12:39:20 GMT
We now have extended our tests for the Snapshot:

1. New platforms:
   Solaris Zones: 1 global and 3 local zones executing
       derbyall concurrently (on same physical machine).
       I will fix the report pages here, the current naming is:
       zones: the global zone
       sparc_zone1..3: the three local zones.

   HP-UX B.11.11 PA_RISC2.0
   Solaris Zones: same as jvm1.4.

2. New tests:
"Large DataVolume test":
We have used the DOTS* ATCJ2 schema and filled a database to ~175Gb raw 
disk space. (The two largest tables each contain ~250 million tuples.)
Tests we have run on this volume includes
   - table consistency check(SYSCS_UTIL.SYSCS_CHECK_TABLE).
   - aggregate queries on theses tables
   - backup/recovery tests:
       backup on this volume,
       with concurrent load on the database.
     - *will do* a "rollForwardRecovery" recovery of the database after
       having run the DOTS ATCJ2(auction simulation) for some time.
No issues seen so far.

On 10.2 we have successfully completed these tests on ~235Gb raw disk space.

"Long Running test":
Using the DOTS ATCJ2(auction simulation) we have had a database running 
for 14 days:
no issues seen so far.

We intend to repeat these tests on the final 10.1.3 snapshot/release 

(*DOTS: see http://ltp.sourceforge.net/dotshowto.php , 
http://db.apache.org/derby/integrate/DOTS_Derby.htm , 
http://db.apache.org/derby/binaries/UsingDotsDerbySystemTest.pdf .
We have adapted DOTS to also run on other OS's than Linux.)

05/11/2006 11:05 PM Ole Solberg wrote:
> I have added entries for Sun DBTG testing for the 10.1.3 release to
> http://www.multinet.no/~solberg/public/Apache/index.html .
> You will find entries for
> - 10.1 - Jvm 1.5 (head of 10.1 branch)
> - “Tinderbox” Tests - Jvm 1.5 (head of 10.1 branch) *NEW*
> - Snapshot *NEW*

Ole Solberg, Database Technology Group,
Sun Microsystems, Trondheim, Norway

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