A quick Performance Testing Quiz
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Question 1 : During web application performance test, all the transactions show < 5 seconds response time during load of 100 users, upon gradually increasing the load to 200 users, all transactions continue to have < 5 seconds response time, whereas 1 exceptional transaction seem to have steady increase in response time & it fluctuates between 10 to 20 seconds. What could be the bottleneck reason you could immediately think of looking at this behavior?
A) Might be a DB Connection Pool issue
B) Might be a CPU Saturation issue
C) Might be a memory leak issue
D) Might be a Page rendering / DOM manipulation issue
Question 2 : What is the best measurement unit for expressing the system throughput of a online banking application.
A) Hits per unit time
B) Network Bytes per unit time
C) Transactions per unit time
D) Page views per unit time
Question 3 : What is the application CPU service demand, for the tested workload if its utilization is about 60% & application server processes 1200 requests during 10 minutes test interval (steady state load conditions).
D) None of these answers are valid
Question 4 : Assume you are running a 4000 users test(steady state), where the measurements obtained are 120 transactions/second, total response time is about 25 seconds with configured think time of about 20 seconds.Is this a valid test?
A) Yes, Valid Test
B) No , Invalid Test
C) It depends
D) Insufficient Data to quantify the validity of the test
Question 5 : While doing performance testing for batch workload, the cpu utilization was observed to be > 98% with completion time of about 10 minutes.
A) The test confirms there is a CPU Bottleneck
B) The test confirms healthy CPU utilization to process batch jobs
C) Insufficient data to justify the correctness of the test
D) The test confirms high response time
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