Troubleshooting and FAQs

What are "Primary" and "Candidate" Versions?

The terms "Primary" and "Candidate" refer to two instances of your application that are different in terms of code commits i.e. Primary version would contain the code that is in production while the candidate version will contain the code that is supposed to go into production.

Are two separate environment required for HyperTest for primary and candidate versions?

No, both primary and candidate version of your application should be deployed in same environment. Please refer our architecture design to know more.

Is it required to have both versions connected to the same database?

As of the time of this writing, it is absolutely necessary for both the applications to be connected to the same database.

Setup FAQs

Do I need to have special permissions for installing and running HyperTest on my VM/Cluster?

Yes, sudo permission for Linux VM and iam user with permission to create cluster via eksctl is required for AWS. Please refer our installation guide to know more about pre reqs for the setup.

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