Quitting AXD Mac OS X Tools While a Test is Running
If you try to quit AXD Mac OS X tools while a test is running, you won’t be able to print
or save any logs from the current AXD session. Make sure you print or save any critical
logs before quitting.
Instead of quitting in the middle of a test, you can stop the current test, print or save
logs, and then quit.
Using AXD Tools
This reference describes all the tests available in AXD tools
and gives estimates for how long the tests take to complete.
The types of tests available depend on if you’re using AXD EFI tools or AXD Mac OS X
tools, and on your Xserve model and configuration.
Comparison of Available Tests
The following table compares the tests available by component, depending on if
you’re using AXD EFI tools or AXD Mac OS X tools. For more information about the
specific tests available for each component, see “AXD EFI Tools Tests” on page 37 and
“AXD Mac OS X Tests” on page 43.
A % indicates that a test is available, and a blank entry indicates that there are no tests
Available in AXD EFI
Available in AXD
Mac OS X tools
Different tests are
available depending on