The test run is ATCJ4 which is nearly identical to the DOTS ATCJ2 test, with the exception that the test is run against an already populated database.
The test is currently run for 48 hours.
The database volume, i.e. the number of tuples in the ATCJ4 tables BID, ITEM and REGISTRY plus the resulting size of the database directory, can be found in the test information
Graphs are based on PerfMon (the DOTS performance monitor agent) using averages per DOTS summary-interval, which is set to 1 minute.
The graphs are produced by Gnuplot 4.0.
The graphs shows number of connections, successful and failed statements, CPU usage, diskio, memory usage and page in/out during the run of ATCJ4, while one or more backups are done during the test run.Connections
When the ATCJ4 test is completed, some consistency checks
and aggregate test are performed on the database.
JConsole graphs for the ATCJ4, consistency and aggregate test period should be available here.
The database is then stopped and deleted, and then restored from the last backup taken during the ATCJ4 test.
The same consistency and aggregate tests as run directly following the ATCJ4 test are then repeated.
JConsole graphs for this period should be available here.