What is endurance testing?




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What is endurance testing?..

Answer / guest

Endurance Testing: Checks for memory leaks or other
problems that may occur with prolonged execution.

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What is endurance testing?..

Answer / ksuresh_999

Endurance Testing: Checks for memory leaks or other
problems that may occur with prolonged execution

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What is endurance testing?..

Answer / sailaja

it is also called soak testing. it is testing the
application under heavy volumes of data for a prolonged
period of time

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What is endurance testing?..

Answer / pios and hari

Is conducted to identifieed the systems behavoure for longer
execution times. memory leaks and buffer over flows r
usaually identified through the testing.

Suneel Reddy's answer is absolutely wrong

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What is endurance testing?..

Answer / ashish saxena

There are 4 types of performance testing:
1. Load: Determines response times of critical business
processes and transactions to determine whether they are
within documented expectations
2. Volume: Determines throughput associated with a specific
process or transaction. Determines the capacity drivers
associated with a specific process or transaction
3. Stress: Determines the load under which a system fails,
and how it fails
4. Longevity and endurance: Identifies performance problems
that may appear after a system has been running at a high
level for an extended period of time

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What is endurance testing?..

Answer / premkumar

Testing is done with expected user load sustained over
longer period of time with normal ramp up and ramp down
time ; Identify Memory Leaks

Example:
Checks for memory leaks or other problems that may occur
with prolonged execution. (A memory leak occurs when the
memory allocated to objects are not being freed by the
application, and hence the system memory continues to be
used up when the application is run over a prolonged period
of time, until the point at which it breaks down due to
lack of memory

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What is endurance testing?..

Answer / rajkumar adekar

the indurance testing is to identifieed the systems behavior
for longer time
execution pariod and memory leaks and buffer over flows are
usaually identified through this testing.

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What is endurance testing?..

Answer / ramesh

Testing is done with expected user load sustained over
longer period of time with normal ramp up and ramp down
time ; Identify Memory Leaks

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What is endurance testing?..

Answer / mm

Endurance testing is usually done to determine if the
application can sustain the continuous expected load.
During endurance tests, memory utilization is monitored to
detect potential leaks. Also important, but often
overlooked is performance degradation. That is, to ensure
that the throughput and/or response times after some long
period of sustained activity are as good or better than at
the beginning of the test.

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What is endurance testing?..

Answer / mfsi_chinmayb`

Endurance testing is otherwise known as Soak
testing.Endurance testing is the stability check for the
application . It is a test done to analyze the performance
of a application whane put under a certain enviroment for a
threshold duration .

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