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From "fpientka (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (DERBY-6166) Testing documentation needs updates
Date Wed, 10 Apr 2013 19:09:15 GMT

     [ https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/DERBY-6166?page=com.atlassian.jira.plugin.system.issuetabpanels:all-tabpanel
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fpientka updated DERBY-6166:
----------------------------

    Description: 
In db-derby-10.10.1.0-src/java/testing/README.htm
jdk141 - Sun HotSpot jdk1.4.1
jdk142 - Sun HotSpot jdk1.4.2 can be replaced by
jdk 180 - Oracle jdk 1.8.0

The suites provided are:  NOW
derbylang
derbynetclientmats
derbytools
encodingTests
encryption
encryptionAll
encryptionBlowfish
encryptionCFB
encryptionDES
encryptionECB
encryptionOFB
i18nTest
j9derbynetmats
jdbc20
multi
propertyinfo
simpledemo
storeCollationDBrecovery
storemats
storemore
storerecovery
storetests
storeunit
unit
xa

so 


jdbcapi

    tests implementation of jdbc api such as Connection class implementation, Metadata etc.

    takes from 20 to 40 minutes


jdbc4

    tests implementation of jdbc 4.0

jdk14

    tests implementation of features from the jdk14 specification
nist

    test obtained from the NIST SQL suite v 6.0



derbynetmats

    basic network server tests using the IBM Universal JDBC driver

    variety of tests, including some from derbylang suite

    tested on a variety of hardware takes from 15 to 30 minutes

derbynetautostart

    tests network server functionality without requiring network server framework

largeData

    Contains tests that deal with large amounts of data and thus require more machine resources.
 This suite is NOT run as part of 'derbyall' because the tests it contains require either
1) more machine resources than what the typical Derby developer might have, and/or 2) a significant
amount of time to run, and thus shouldn't be run every night.

    As tests are added to this quite, it could require more and more time to run (several
minutes to several hours to several days), which is why it is NOT included as part of the
derbyall suite. Currently the largedata/LobLimits.java test takes about 17Gb of disk space.
On a linux machine with 2.8Ghz Intel Xeon CPU, 4Gb RAM , Linux machine and IBM 1.4.2 JVM with
default memory heap size, the test ran for about 4.5 hrs. If the test is successful, it will
cleanup the database and other files.


aren't needed anymore

also 
db-derby-10.10.1.0-src/BUILDING.html
should be update to support
JUnit 4.x, Ant 1.9  and JDK 1.8 with JDBC 4.2


  was:
In db-derby-10.10.1.0-src/java/testing/README.htm
jdk141 - Sun HotSpot jdk1.4.1
jdk142 - Sun HotSpot jdk1.4.2 can be replaced by
jdk 180 - Oracle jdk 1.8.0

The suites provided are:  NOW
derbylang
derbynetclientmats
derbytools
encodingTests
encryption
encryptionAll
encryptionBlowfish
encryptionCFB
encryptionDES
encryptionECB
encryptionOFB
i18nTest
j9derbynetmats
jdbc20
multi
propertyinfo
simpledemo
storeCollationDBrecovery
storemats
storemore
storerecovery
storetests
storeunit
unit
xa

also 
db-derby-10.10.1.0-src/BUILDING.html
should be update to support
JUnit 4.x, Ant 1.9  and JDK 1.8 with JDBC 4.2


    
> Testing documentation needs updates
> -----------------------------------
>
>                 Key: DERBY-6166
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/DERBY-6166
>             Project: Derby
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: Documentation
>    Affects Versions: 10.11.0.0
>         Environment: the testing documentation has to be updated t reflect recent support
for junit, jdk 8
>            Reporter: fpientka
>         Attachments: BUILDING.html, README.htm
>
>
> In db-derby-10.10.1.0-src/java/testing/README.htm
> jdk141 - Sun HotSpot jdk1.4.1
> jdk142 - Sun HotSpot jdk1.4.2 can be replaced by
> jdk 180 - Oracle jdk 1.8.0
> The suites provided are:  NOW
> derbylang
> derbynetclientmats
> derbytools
> encodingTests
> encryption
> encryptionAll
> encryptionBlowfish
> encryptionCFB
> encryptionDES
> encryptionECB
> encryptionOFB
> i18nTest
> j9derbynetmats
> jdbc20
> multi
> propertyinfo
> simpledemo
> storeCollationDBrecovery
> storemats
> storemore
> storerecovery
> storetests
> storeunit
> unit
> xa
> so 
> jdbcapi
>     tests implementation of jdbc api such as Connection class implementation, Metadata
etc.
>     takes from 20 to 40 minutes
> jdbc4
>     tests implementation of jdbc 4.0
> jdk14
>     tests implementation of features from the jdk14 specification
> nist
>     test obtained from the NIST SQL suite v 6.0
> derbynetmats
>     basic network server tests using the IBM Universal JDBC driver
>     variety of tests, including some from derbylang suite
>     tested on a variety of hardware takes from 15 to 30 minutes
> derbynetautostart
>     tests network server functionality without requiring network server framework
> largeData
>     Contains tests that deal with large amounts of data and thus require more machine
resources.  This suite is NOT run as part of 'derbyall' because the tests it contains require
either 1) more machine resources than what the typical Derby developer might have, and/or
2) a significant amount of time to run, and thus shouldn't be run every night.
>     As tests are added to this quite, it could require more and more time to run (several
minutes to several hours to several days), which is why it is NOT included as part of the
derbyall suite. Currently the largedata/LobLimits.java test takes about 17Gb of disk space.
On a linux machine with 2.8Ghz Intel Xeon CPU, 4Gb RAM , Linux machine and IBM 1.4.2 JVM with
default memory heap size, the test ran for about 4.5 hrs. If the test is successful, it will
cleanup the database and other files.
> aren't needed anymore
> also 
> db-derby-10.10.1.0-src/BUILDING.html
> should be update to support
> JUnit 4.x, Ant 1.9  and JDK 1.8 with JDBC 4.2

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