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Re: [QF-Test] Executing from Command Line


  • Subject: Re: [QF-Test] Executing from Command Line
  • From: Gregor Schmid <Gregor.Schmid@?.de>
  • Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2014 10:26:39 +0100

Hello Chuck,

you should also limit the amount of memory for QF-Test with something
like

-J-Xmx50m

That may cause a little more garbage collection but should work very
well with -nolog which makes memory consumption as small as it can
get. Even less than 50m is possible unless, of course, your
test-suites are very large, e.g. due to image checks.

If you find you need too much memory due to the size of your
test-suites you can try to split those into smaller ones which get
loaded on demand.

The downside of -nolog is, of course, that you'll not get any run-log,
making it very difficult to debug your tests. With a fine-grained
test-structure that allows splitting run-logs into small parts you may
get good savings yet still retain a run-log.

Best regards,
    Greg

"Hunt,Chuck" <CHUNT1@?.com> writes:

> Hello-
>
> We execute QF-Test from command line for some of our multi-user/performance testing over Citrix.
> What would be the best parameters to use to make the QF-test process as light-weight as possible?
>  Anything to decrease the memory usage?  Currently, I use “–batch –nolog”.
>
> Regards-
>
> Chuck Hunt
>
> Technology Architect, CTS Solutions
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