Start the Oracle VTS Browser Environment
For information about test options and prerequisites, refer to the Oracle VTS 7.0 User’s Guide.
Note - Oracle VTS software can be run in several modes. You must perform this
procedure using the default mode.
- Start the Oracle VTS agent and Javabridge on the server.
# cd /usr/Oracle VTS/bin
# ./startOracle VTS
- At the interface prompt, choose C to start the Oracle VTS client.
- Start the Oracle VTS browser environment from a web browser on the client
system. Type https://server-name:6789.
The Oracle VTS browser environment is displayed.
- (Optional) Select the test categories you want to run.
Certain test categories are enabled by default. You can choose to accept these.
Note - lists test categories that are especially useful to run on this server.
- (Optional) Customize individual tests.
Click on the name of the test to select and customize individual tests.
Tip - Use the System Excerciser – High Stress Mode to test system operations. Use
the Component Stress – High setting for the highest stress possible.
- Start testing.
Click the Start Tests button. Status and error messages appear in the test
messages area located across the bottom of the window. You can stop testing
at any time by clicking the Stop button.
During testing, the Oracle VTS software logs all status and error messages. To
view these messages, click the Logs tab. You can choose to view the
- Test Error – Detailed error messages from individual tests.
- Oracle VTS Test Kernel (Vtsk) Error – Error messages pertaining to the Oracle VTS software itself. Look here if
the Oracle VTS software appears to be acting strangely, especially when it starts
- Information – Detailed versions of all the status and error messages that appear in
the test messages area.
- Oracle Solaris OS Messages (/var/adm/messages) – A file containing messages generated by the operating system and
- Test Messages (/var/Oracle VTS/logs/Oracle VTS.info) – A directory containing the Oracle VTS log files.