What kind of server (cores, RAM) do you use for testing environment? Or you want them both on same machine?
You should follow the same installation as the Prod environment. The other installs you linked are (in order):
64-bit Tableau Server Primary (9.2.2)
32-bit Tableau Server Primary (9.2.2)
64-bit Tableau Server Worker (9.2.2)
32-bit Tableau Server Worker (9.2.2)
The worker installation packages are only necessary when you have multiple nodes in a single cluster: i.e. you have a production environment which has a Tableau Server installation spread across 2 or more machines. In your case, you are describing installing a stand-alone install for test purposes. This should just use the same installer as your prod environment, but on a different machine.
I'm not sure exactly what you mean about URL configuration.
Ideally, your TEST environment should mirror your PROD environment's setup.
Thanks, we have machine with 4 cores and 32 GB RAM
Looks like your machines are under-powered; each node should have minimum 8 cores for v9+.
For production use, the computer on which you install or upgrade Tableau Server should meet or exceed the minimum hardware recommendations. These recommendations are general. Actual system needs for Tableau Server installations can vary based on many factors including number of users, and number and size of extracts.
Free Disk Space
8-core, 2.0 GHz or higher
Multi-node and Enterprise deployments
Contact Tableau for technical guidance.
Nodes must meet or exceed the minimum hardware recommendations, except nodes running backgrounder, where 4 cores may be acceptable.
Also remember that minimum recommendations = minimum performance. I'm also attaching Tableau Server VM tuning and best practice document for your perusal.
It should be enough for testing machine. We use same configuration (4 cores, 32 gb memory). It`s enough for testing new workbooks and developing (we had approx. 10 concurrent users). Of course if you want to run performance tests, your environment should be as close to production as possible
Regarding question about server name: ask your network administrators make dns record with desired name for test server ip.