FAQ

  1. Where are your servers located?
    Our servers are located in NetDepot Telx facility in Dallas, Texas, USA.
  2. What browsers and operating systems do you support?
    Nerrvana supports most major browsers on Linux and Windows.
      IE Firefox Chrome Safari Opera
      8 9 10 3.6 11.0 15.0 16.0 18.0 20 21 23 24 5.1.5 5.1.7 11.62 12.02 12.11 12.14
    Win7 SP1
    WinXP SP3
    CentOs 5.3

    Let us know if you’d like to see Mac OS or mobile devices testing support.
  3. What languages should be used to run Selenium tests on Nerrvana?
    Nerrvana can execute Java, Python, Ruby, Perl or PHP tests. Currently, Nerrvana uses Java 1.7.0, Python 2.7.3 (with nose 1.3.0, selenium 2.33.0), Ruby 1.9.3p194 (with RSpec 2.14, selenium 2.33.0), Perl 5.14.2 and PHP 5.4.1. You can find an extract from phpinfo() output here.
    If you use a different version for your tests, please send us a message.
  4. How many RCs are allocated per environment?
    We support Selenium 1 and 2, so we use the word 'node' instead of 'RC'. We launch a separate Selenium grid for each environment selected. A Grid is a Hub with one or more nodes. If your tests can run in parallel threads, simply use 'Selenium nodes per platform' in UI when you create a test run. This option is also available in Nerrvana plug-in for Jenkins CI server. We run parallel tests on Nerrvana while testing ourselves. Read our Selenium blog to learn more about our approaches to parallel testing and reporting.
  5. What do I need in order to run my Selenium tests on Nerrvana?
    If you have a web application and Selenium tests for it, you have everything you’ll need. Watch our simple walkthrough to find out more about the different ways you can use Nerrvana.
  6. I have a question that is not answered here. Who should I contact?
    If you have feedback, a suggestion, or an idea, please let us know through our Ideas service. If you have a confidential question or if you haven't yet registered, please email us.