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TDD is for testing application. DB schema is not an application and you cannot test it per se. You can test application which uses that schema. Tests will help you determine if your application is still working correctly after refactoring, which may include any changes in the schema (or any other changes).


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I vouch for dstat. Simply start it before running the test, it can save results in csv file so you can later xanalyze it with jmeter results.


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I realize this question was asked a year ago, so maybe you are not looking anymore. But if you or someone else who finds this question is, I recommend you look at Worksoft Certify. I spent many months analyzing test automation tools - there are a lot out there, and our decision boiled down to either HP UFT or Worksoft Certify. After months of evaluating ...


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If your server application turns on JAVA you can use jconsole or jvisualvm to monitor it. They are located in your $JAVA_HOME/bin from your server. Before to launch them you need to export your X11 display: export DISPLAY=11.11.111.111:0.0 (Replace 111 by the IP of your client machine) On your server side launch jconsole or jvisualvm, it will be opened on ...


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If your application server is Tomcat or JBoss you can query this information via Monitor Results listener In other case it is still possible via PerfMon JMeter Plugin which can collect different server side metrics like CPU, Memory, swap, disk and network IO on almost all platforms. Blazemeter supports all the plugins assuming that you upload associated ...


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It is a Chrome bug that affects all extensions (not only BlazeMeter extension) with multiple versions of Ubuntu. I see its been confirmed as bug in Chrome issue queue and has been assigned. Hopefully will be fixed soon. https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=401655 Some people reported that updating your Kernel to 3.16 or 3.17 fixes the issue. ...


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Though JUnit helps in writing unit test cases for java code, it will not be able to help you to speed up the testing process with increasing numbers of test cases to be executed and more data to be processed. Jthunder is a core automation framework which helps in enabling multi-threaded processing of any JUnit tests/Java code. Have a look at the Jthunder ...


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Install Google chrome. Install Blazemeter extension in chrome. Download JMeter and set it up. Lots of tutorials available for that. Record scripts with blazemeter and download them. Run the scripts in JMeter. Tada...


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Jira is a very flexible tool. You can use it as a workflow management tool for managing any software life-cycle. It does not really need to know any knowledge of what kind of application you are developing. You can define any number of custom fields and or workflow steps you might need to differentiate between platform and or workflows. I have used Jira ...


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Criteria you've specified: Affordable Powerful enough Anything you want to consider? The most affordable is VirtualBox because it's free. The most powerful? I don't have any hard data on which performs the best but when I had to make the choice (last year) between the three applications to run on my MacBook Pro I chose Parallels. At the time ...



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