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OSMTEST

OSMTEST

Section: OpenIB Management (8) Updated: August 11, 2008
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NAME

osmtest - InfiniBand subnet manager and administration (SM/SA) test program

 

SYNOPSIS

osmtest [-f(low) <c|a|v|s|e|f|m|q|t>] [-w(ait) <trap_wait_time>] [-d(ebug) <number>] [-m(ax_lid) <LID in hex>] [-g(uid)[=]<GUID in hex>] [-p(ort)] [-i(nventory) <filename>] [-s(tress)] [-M(ulticast_Mode)] [-t(imeout) <milliseconds>] [-l | --log_file] [-v] [-vf <flags>] [-h(elp)]

 

DESCRIPTION

osmtest is a test program to validate InfiniBand subnet manager and administration (SM/SA).

Default is to run all flows with the exception of the QoS flow.

osmtest provides a test suite for opensm.

osmtest has the following capabilities and testing flows:

It creates an inventory file of all available Nodes, Ports, and PathRecords, including all their fields. It verifies the existing inventory, with all the object fields, and matches it to a pre-saved one. A Multicast Compliancy test. An Event Forwarding test. A Service Record registration test. An RMPP stress test. A Small SA Queries stress test.

It is recommended that after installing opensm, the user should run "osmtest -f c" to generate the inventory file, and immediately afterwards run "osmtest -f a" to test OpenSM.

Another recommendation for osmtest usage is to create the inventory when the IB fabric is stable, and occasionally run "osmtest -v" to verify that nothing has changed.

 

OPTIONS

-f, --flow
This option directs osmtest to run a specific flow:
 FLOW  DESCRIPTION
 c = create an inventory file with all nodes, ports and paths
 a = run all validation tests (expecting an input inventory)
 v = only validate the given inventory file
 s = run service registration, deregistration, and lease test
 e = run event forwarding test
 f = flood the SA with queries according to the stress mode
 m = multicast flow
 q = QoS info: dump VLArb and SLtoVL tables
 t = run trap 64/65 flow (this flow requires running of external tool)
 (default is all flows except QoS)
-w, --wait
This option specifies the wait time for trap 64/65 in seconds It is used only when running -f t - the trap 64/65 flow (default to 10 sec)
-d, --debug
This option specifies a debug option. These options are not normally needed. The number following -d selects the debug option to enable as follows:


 OPT   Description
 ---    -----------------
 -d0  - Ignore other SM nodes
 -d1  - Force single threaded dispatching
 -d2  - Force log flushing after each log message
 -d3  - Disable multicast support

-m, --max_lid
This option specifies the maximal LID number to be searched for during inventory file build (default to 100)
-g, --guid
This option specifies the local port GUID value with which OpenSM should bind. OpenSM may be bound to 1 port at a time. If GUID given is 0, OpenSM displays a list of possible port GUIDs and waits for user input. Without -g, OpenSM trys to use the default port.
-p, --port
This option displays a menu of possible local port GUID values with which osmtest could bind
-i, --inventory
This option specifies the name of the inventory file Normally, osmtest expects to find an inventory file, which osmtest uses to validate real-time information received from the SA during testing If -i is not specified, osmtest defaults to the file 'osmtest.dat' See -c option for related information
-s, --stress
This option runs the specified stress test instead of the normal test suite Stress test options are as follows:


 OPT    Description
 ---    -----------------
 -s1  - Single-MAD response SA queries
 -s2  - Multi-MAD (RMPP) response SA queries
 -s3  - Multi-MAD (RMPP) Path Record SA queries

Without -s, stress testing is not performed

-M, --Multicast_Mode
This option specify length of Multicast test:


 OPT    Description
 ---    -----------------
 -M1  - Short Multicast Flow (default) - single mode
 -M2  - Short Multicast Flow - multiple mode
 -M3  - Long Multicast Flow - single mode
 -M4  - Long Multicast Flow - multiple mode

Single mode - Osmtest is tested alone, with no other apps that interact with OpenSM MC

Multiple mode - Could be run with other apps using MC with OpenSM. Without -M, default flow testing is performed

-t, --timeout
This option specifies the time in milliseconds used for transaction timeouts. Specifying -t 0 disables timeouts. Without -t, OpenSM defaults to a timeout value of 200 milliseconds.
-l, --log_file
This option defines the log to be the given file. By default the log goes to stdout.
-v, --verbose
This option increases the log verbosity level. The -v option may be specified multiple times to further increase the verbosity level. See the -vf option for more information about. log verbosity.
-V
This option sets the maximum verbosity level and forces log flushing. The -V is equivalent to '-vf 0xFF -d 2'. See the -vf option for more information about. log verbosity.
-vf
This option sets the log verbosity level. A flags field must follow the -D option. A bit set/clear in the flags enables/disables a specific log level as follows:


 BIT    LOG LEVEL ENABLED
 ----   -----------------
 0x01 - ERROR (error messages)
 0x02 - INFO (basic messages, low volume)
 0x04 - VERBOSE (interesting stuff, moderate volume)
 0x08 - DEBUG (diagnostic, high volume)
 0x10 - FUNCS (function entry/exit, very high volume)
 0x20 - FRAMES (dumps all SMP and GMP frames)
 0x40 - ROUTING (dump FDB routing information)
 0x80 - currently unused.

Without -vf, osmtest defaults to ERROR + INFO (0x3) Specifying -vf 0 disables all messages Specifying -vf 0xFF enables all messages (see -V) High verbosity levels may require increasing the transaction timeout with the -t option

-h, --help
Display this usage info then exit.

 

AUTHORS

Hal Rosenstock
<hal@xsigo.com>
Eitan Zahavi
<eitan@mellanox.co.il>


 

Index

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SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
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