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Run Diagnostic Tests

Updated: January 13, 2009

Applies To: Windows HPC Server 2008

HPC Cluster Manager provides a systematic way for you to run diagnostic tests. There are three ways to run diagnostic tests:

  • After you have configured your head node and added all compute nodes to the cluster, you can run diagnostic tests to validate cluster functionality and troubleshoot any configuration issues. In the To-do List, click Validate your cluster. In the Run Diagnostics dialog box, you can select either all functional tests, or a single test.

  • You can select one or more nodes in either the List or Heat Map view and run either a single test, or all functional tests on the selected nodes. For details, see the procedure below.

  • To run a specific set of diagnostics tests on one or more nodes, you can run tests from Diagnostics. In the Navigation Pane, click Tests, select one or more tests in the views pane, right-click your selection, and then click Run. In the Run Diagnostics dialog box, you can select a specific set of nodes to test.

For information about using HPC Cluster Manager, see Overview of HPC Cluster Manager.

To run diagnostic tests
  1. In Node Management, in the Navigation Pane, click Nodes.

  2. In List or Heat Map view, select one or more nodes.

  3. Right-click your selection, then click Run Diagnostics

  4. In the Run Diagnostics dialog box, select a test in the drop-down list, or select the Run all functional tests radio button.

  5. Click Run.

  6. To view test results: In Diagnostics, in the Navigation Pane, click Test Results. The diagnostics that have run or are running appear in the views pane.

    For more information, see View and Save Test Results.

Additional considerations

  • To open HPC Cluster Manager, click Start, point to All Programs, click Microsoft HPC Pack, and then click HPC Cluster Manager. If the User Account Control dialog box appears, confirm that the action it displays is what you want, and then click Continue.

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