The recovery testing process is divided into two parts: recovery and regression. Recovery tests are the first set of tests to be run after the software has been deployed to production. Regression tests are run once a month or after a significant change has been made to the code.
The main reason for recovery testing is to make sure that the system or software will not fail again and that it can be used for its intended purpose. This also includes making sure that the system or software meets quality standards and complies with regulations.
The purpose of functional recovery testing is to make sure that the software application can function properly after a failure. The purpose of non-functional recovery testing is to ensure that the application can recover from a specific type of failure, such as an error or crash.
A test plan is a document that contains all the necessary information about the test, and how it will be conducted. It includes a description of the test, what is expected from the participants, and what tools will be used. A test plan also includes instructions for how to use these tools.
Recovery testing is a type of software testing that examines a program's capacity to recover from failures such as software/hardware crashes, network outages, and so on. The goal of Recovery Testing is to see if software operations can continue following a disaster or loss of integrity.
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