There are eight preferences that can be used in GUI and CLI. These preferences are.
Exit On Error - When this option is set, Oracle HCTS exits immediately when any test case fails without cleaning up the test environment.
Manual Network Setup - When this option is set, user should configure the IP addresses for the network interfaces to be tested before starting the Oracle HCTS test. See the Oracle HCTS 5.8 online help or man page for more information.
Diagnosis - When this option is set, a few DTrace scripts run in parallel with test cases to collect information for debugging. This option should only be used for failure analysis. Certifying when this option is set does not qualify components for HCL submissions.
DHCP Network - When this option is set, the SUT uses Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), to get the IP address for one or more interfaces to be tested in an automatic network setup mode. Make sure to configure your TM system with DHCP server capability if you are testing system, network or serial I/O, or enable DHCP server capability of your Access Points (AP) if you are testing WiFi card.
Automatically Add Swap Space - When this option is set, Oracle HCTS automatically adds the required swap space during the test. Setting up this option is useful when Oracle HCTS requires more swap space for the test initiation.
Enable VLAN Test case - When this option is set, VLAN test case will be enabled in Network Certification Test. Make sure the SUT and the TM are connected back-to-back before starting the Network Certification test.
Enable NIC-SRIOV Test case – When this option is set, the NIC-SRIOV test case will be enabled in Network Certification test.
Enable Dynamic LRO Test case – When this option is set, the Dynamic LRO test case will be enabled in Network Certification test.
Caution - If you are certifying a WiFi card, make sure that you re-scan after you switched the Manual Network Setup global option after modifying the Manual Network.