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How do you handle a non-reproducible bug?

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posted Jan 17 by Arun

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Following bugs lie under the non-reproducible category.

  1. Defects observed due to low memory issue.
  2. Issues raised due to address pointing to a memory location that does not exist.
  3. The race condition is an error scenario which occurs when the timing of one event impacts another executing in a sequence.

A tester can take the following actions to handle the non-reproducible bugs.

  1. Execute test steps that are close to the error description.
  2. Evaluate the test environment.
  3. Examine and evaluate test execution results.
  4. Keep the resources & time constraints under check.
answer Jan 17 by Arunkumaarts
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At the moment it is terrible from the normalization point of view.

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Before raise it - I want to make sure this is not a duplicate.

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On the basis of the above - I suppose sometimes duplicates will be raised.
And then the QA manager will have to spend his time in order to reject another one duplicated bug ticket.
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