The following procedure description is based on use of the SunVTS software’s browser interface, which is the default interface. SunVTS software also supports a TTY user interface and a command-line interface (CLI). All three interfaces are described in the SunVTS Software User’s Guide.
# cd /usr/sunvts/bin # ./startsunvts
This causes the SunVTS browser interface to be displayed.
Figure 57 SunVTS Browser Interface
The following are test categories that are recommended for running on this server.
Click on the name of the test to select and customize individual tests.
Note - Use the System Exerciser – High Stress Mode to test system operations. Use the Component Stress – High setting for the highest stress possible.
Status and error messages appear in the test messages area spread across the bottom of the window.
Note - You can stop the test process at any time by clicking on the Stop button.
You can view any of the following logs:
Information – Detailed versions of all the status and error messages that appear in the test messages area.
Test Error – Detailed error messages from individual tests.
VTS Kernel (vtsk) Error – Error messages pertaining to SunVTS software itself. Look here if SunVTS software appears to be acting strangely, especially when it starts up.
Solaris OS Messages (/var/adm/messages) – A file containing messages generated by the operating system and various applications.
Test Messages (/var/sunvts/logs) – A directory containing the log files.