This task provides instructions for using UEFI diagnostics graphic user interface (GUI).
The UEFI GUI is available in Manual mode on Oracle Server X4-4, X4-8, X5-4, and X5-8 systems equipped with Oracle ILOM 3.2.4 or newer.
Before You Begin
Start UEFI diagnostics as described in Run UEFI Diagnostics Using the Oracle ILOM Web Interface.
If a message asks you to start a KVM session, select OK.
Boot messages appear in the KVM screen, then the UEFI diagnostics GUI appears.
The boot process can take several minutes, and might include a power cycle.
The Manual mode initial screen appears.
The test window appears.
Oracle Tests: These are Oracle-defined tests with default parameters to a single command. Right-click a test and select View to see parameters related to the command and Copy to create a new User Test with different parameters.
User Tests: Users can change test parameters and save the changes. See Step 9 for more details.
Oracle Scripts: Predefined scripts that run multiple tests.
User Scripts: Users can select multiple tests and save their selections as a script. See Step 11 for more details.
The test runs and the results appear in a test results page. The following picture shows the results after selecting Cpu_Info_All.
The line at the bottom indicates how many times the test ran, and how many times it passed or failed. For example:
0: cpu_info$1: Pass=1, Fail=0
This indicates that the test ran once, and it passed. For example, if a test runs 10 times and fails once, the bottom line reads:
0: cpu_info$1: Pass=9, Fail=1
For more information about reading the test output, see UEFI Diagnostics Output.
The test details view appears in write-only mode.
The test details view appears in copy mode.
UEFI diagnostics displays the test results. Use the white up-arrow to return to the details screen.
The new test is added to the User Test list.
The following figure shows the Copy view of the addr0 memory test.
The script details screen appears.
The script details screen appears in copy mode.
The test you selected is inserted into the cell. If the cell already contained a test, that test is replaced by the test you selected.
Tests in columns are executed sequentially. Steps in rows are executed in parallel.
Your script is added to the User Scripts list.