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Expected Results for Performance Tests

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Hi Experts,

          It is very difficult to give the expected results for the non-functional tests. but some experienced professionals can give the answer for my questions(eloberated answers and web-links are appreciated)

      I just want to know the general(high level)expected results, or atleast the metrics which will tell me that the execution went well...

    The Test for which iam expecting answers are:
           1.Load Test
           2.Stress Test
           3.Robustness test
           4.endurance



Thanks in advance
QDeveloper
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See if one of these products can help you with your tests.
http://www.componentsource.com/features/c201/xtescoc/index.html

There really is no set benchmark for programs because many programs has different purposes. Your best bet is to see how your program do against your competitors program.


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I did provide a link and explain how to set the benchmark.
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