ccaominh commented on a change in pull request #9560: Instructions to run 
integration tests against quickstart

 File path: integration-tests/
 @@ -66,7 +66,40 @@ Integration tests can also be run with either Java 8 or 
Java 11 by adding -Djvm.
 can either be 8 or 11.
 Druid's configuration (using Docker) can be overrided by providing 
-The file must contain one property per line, the key must start with druid_ 
and the format should be snake case. 
+The file must contain one property per line, the key must start with `druid_` 
and the format should be snake case. 
+Running Tests Using A Quickstart Cluster
+When writing integration tests, it can be helpful to test against a quickstart
+cluster so that you can set up remote debugging with in your developer
+environment. This section walks you through setting up the integration tests
+so that it can run against a quickstart cluster running on your development
+Note that not all features run by default on a quickstart cluster, so it may
+not make sense to run the entire test suite against this configuration.
+Make sure you have at least 6GB of memory available before you run the tests.
+The tests rely on files in the test/resources folder to exist under the path 
+so create a symlink to make them available
 Review comment:
   Suggestion: Add `:` at the end
   (similar comment for other occurrences below)

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