SunVTS Quick Reference
FIGURE 1 shows the SunVTS CDE main window.
FIGURE 2 shows the SunVTS menu bar:
Stop - Stops testing
Reset - Sets pass/error count to zero; pauses
Suspend - Pauses active tests
Resume - Resumes testing
Connect to Host - Connects to another machine running SunVTS kernel
Trace test - Traces enabled tests
Reprobe system - Probes system again
Quit SunVTS - Quits the following: UI and Kernel, UI only, Kernel only
Start DS - Starts the Deterministic Scheduler feature and displays the Deterministic Scheduler dialog box.
Quit Options - Provides access to the following quit options:
The Help menu provides access to the SunVTS version that is running and to a table that lists which versions of SunVTS run on the Solaris operating environment releases. The Help Menu also provides a link to the SunVTS user's guide and test reference manual for online help.
Start - Starts enabled tests
Stop - Stops active tests
Reset - Resets pass and error counts to zero; pauses tests
Host - Connects to a machine running SunVTS
Log - Displays or prints log files
Meter - Displays system performance meter
Quit - Quits only the SunVTS user interface
Host name being tested
Model being tested
Elapsed test time
Logical Mapping - Organizes the devices, according to function, into groups.
Physical Mapping - Organizes the devices according to their exact location on the system.
Asterisk - Indicates a device is currently being tested.
Black - Indicates the device is not tested, or the first pass is not complete.
Green - Indicates at least one test completed with no errors detected.
Red - Indicates at least one error was detected.
Default - Selects the SunVTS default set of devices
None - Deselects all devices
All - Selects all devices
Intervention - Required before you can select tests that require special device preparation.
Connection test mode - Provides a low-stress, quick testing of the availability and connectivity of selected devices.
Functional test mode - Provides more robust testing of your system and devices as compared with connection test mode.
Exclusive test mode - Enables users to perform tests that must be performed exclusively and which allow no other applications to be running at the same time.
Online test mode - Enables users to perform sunvts testing while other customer applications are running concurrently.
Auto Config test mode - Opens the Automatic Configuration dialog box which provides access to the Auto Config feature. This feature automatically assigns test options.
FIGURE 3 displays the SunVTS CDE option menu dialog boxes:
Max System Passes - States maximum number of system passes before stopping all tests (0 means infinite passes).
Run On Error - Continues testing until the maximum error number is reached for the system; each test can report up to three error messages per failure.
System Override - Changes all test and group system options to match the options on this window (enabled by default).
Group Override - Overrides any test system options in favor of the group options on this window, unless System Override is enabled.
Test Lock - Protects the test system options from being changed in this window, unless Group Override or System Override is enabled.
Options File Load/Store/Remove - Displays file name field where you can enter a file name to load, store, or remove.