This section describes UEFI diagnostics output. The diagnostic output format is the same, regardless whether the output is displayed in a console (Manual mode) or in an output log file (Automatic mode).
If you experience any diagnostics test failures, contact Oracle Customer Support for assistance with interpreting diagnostics tests output.
At the completion of the test, UEFI diagnostics displays test results in one of two formats:
COMMAND_ID: COMMAND_NAME$INSTANCE_ID : PASS, FAIL
COMMAND_ID: COMMAND_NAME$INSTANCE_ID : ERROR_STATUS
COMMAND_ID – Indicates all command instances that run in parallel, sequentially starting at 0.
COMMAND_NAME$INSTANCE_ID – Specifies the hierarchical command name of the command, and the instances of the command as a decimal number, starting at 1.
PASS or FAIL, displayed as Pass=<pass_count>, or Fail=<error_count> – Indicates that the test has either passed or failed, and should be consistent with the -pc and -ec flag settings. For example, if a test is invoked with -pc 10, then the execution status should display as Pass=10 if no error was detected.
ERROR_STATUS, displayed as Time Out, Aborted, Killed, Unknown Error, or UEFI_ERROR – Indicates that the command either failed to start a test or encountered a serious error that prevented it from completing the test.
An example of UEFI diagnostics tests output is shown below.
MEMORY test: - Use walking 0's 0: test$1 : Pass=1, Fail=0 - Use walking 1's 0: test$1 : Pass=1, Fail=0 - Move blocks of data around 0: test$1 : Pass=1, Fail=0 TPM PPLL test: - Physical Presence Life time Lock is not set 0: tpm : Pass=0, Fail=1