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Off-Line Tests

Attention: These menus are only to be used when directed by service support personnel.
Some of the tests described require test equipment or resources not available on your
system.
This option under the MAINTENANCE MENU enables you to run the off-line tests in a
controlled and interactive mode.
Enter 7 in the MAINTENANCE MENU to select the Off Line Tests option. The following
menu is displayed.
OFF-LINE TESTS Menu
The OFF-LINE TESTS main menu, that follows, uses an empty option list by default.
OPTION LIST:
PROCESSOR LIST: Test parameter value
COMMANDS: A> VERBOSE
SELECT [x:exit]:
You can modify the option list field by entering the command corresponding to a particular
option. If you want to deselect a particular option (if you want to cancel the option after
selecting it) press the same command once again. In other words, the options are toggled
by the corresponding commands. The available commands are explained as follows:
A
B
C
D
E
F
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OFF–LINE TESTS
B> VERBOSE++
C> HALT ON ERROR
D> LOOP
E> SCOPE
F> PROCESSOR
0> BUILD TEST LIST
1> MODIFY/DISPLAY TEST LIST
2> DELETE TEST LIST
3> EXECUTE TEST LIST
4> ERROR REPORT INSPECTION
Sets the verbose option, which displays test execution messages. Without
this option, only test titles and results are displayed.
Sets the extra verbose option, which displays the verbose messages, plus
detailed test execution messages. If this option is selected, the verbose
option is redundant and is ignored.
Sets the halt on error option, which forces test execution to stop when the
first error is found. In this case, the error message and status are displayed.
Sets the loop option, which continuously runs selected tests in a loop while
displaying the test identifier and loop step counter. To stop the tests, press
the Break key (Ctrl-x).
Sets the scope option, which continuously runs the first test (in the list of
selected tests) in a loop, without displaying messages. To stop the tests,
press the Break key.
Select the processor to run the tests.

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