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     ADVANsite Test System Software Installation/ System Start User's Manual VOL1 Basic OS Installation

     MANUAL NUMBER 8227728-20

     Applicable Software Solaris 7 5/99 Solaris 8 1/01 Solaris 8 2/02

     1994 Advantest Corporation All rights reserved.

     1st Edition

     Jun 20/94 Printed in Japan

     ADVANsite Test System Software Installation/ System Start User's Manual VOL1 Basic OS Installation

     Trademarks and Registered Trademarks

     ADVANTEST and ADVANsite are trademarks of Advantest Corporation. ? Sun, Sun Microsystems, the Sun logo, SunOS, OpenWindows, Sun Blade and Solaris are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the United States and other countries. ? All SPARC trademarks are used under license of SPARC International, Inc. and are also trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the United States and other countries. ? Products bearing SPARC trademarks are based on an architecture developed by Sun Microsystems, Inc. ? All other marks referenced herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

     7/14/03

     ADVANsite Test System Software Installation/ System Start User's Manual VOL1 Basic OS Installation

     Revision History

     Rev. 16 17 18 19 20 Date Apr 5/01 Sep 5/01 Jul 15/02 Nov 12/02 May 15/03 Notes

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     C?C1

     Table of Contents

     Preface

     ???? Preface-1

     Purpose of This Manual ???? Preface-1 Related Manuals ???? Preface-1

     1. Outline ???? 2. Basic OS (Solaris) Installation ????

     2. 1 2. 2 2. 3 Attention and Preparation before Installation ???? Installing Solaris 8 ???? Installing Solaris 7 ????

     ????

     1-1

     2-1 2-1 2-3 2-8 3-1 3-1 3-2 3-3 3-4

     3. Setting Solaris (System)

     3. 3. 3. 3. 1 2 3 4

     Editing /etc/hosts ???? Setting the 2nd Ethernet Host Name ???? Creating /etc/notrouter ???? Rebooting ????

     Appendix 1.How to Prevent the Log in Server from ???? being Started ???? A1-1 List of Figures ???? List of Tables ????

     F-1

     T-1

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     Preface?C1

     Preface

     Purpose of This Manual

     This manual explains the procedure from installation of the tester environment software to activation of the tester controller.

     Related Manuals

     ADVANsite Test System Software Installation/System Start User's Manual VOL2 Tester Environment Software Installation(No. : 8227729)

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     1?C1

     1. Outline

     This manual explains the procedure from installation of the tester environment software to activation of the tester controller. ASX/U system software consists of the basic software (Solaris) and tester environment programs. How to install the basic software (Solaris) is described in this manual, and how to install the tester environment programs is described in ADVANsite Test System Software Installation/System Start User's Manual VOL2 Tester Environment Software Installation(No. : 8227729). VOL2 also explains how to start the system. When installing a complete set of the system software, install it in the order of VOL 1 and VOL 2 (or VOL 1, VOL 2 and unbundled products, if any). In addition, if you upgrade any of the tester environment programs, you only need to install the tester environment software, as described in VOL 2.

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     2?C1 2. 1 Attention and Preparation before Installation

     2. Basic OS (Solaris) Installation

     This chapter explains the procedure of installing Solaris 8 and Solaris 7. It also describes the precautions, pre-installation work and post-installation work.

     2. 1

     Attention and Preparation before Installation

     Check the following items before starting the installation. 1. Backup of disk contents Note that any data stored on the hard disk will be lost if any of the installations described in this manual are carried out. Tip

     Make a backup file for the required file before installation.

     2. Hardware requirements Table 2-1

     Component

     EWS

     Hardware Requirements

     When installing Solaris 8 2/02

     H3-610020 (Sun Blade150) ? H3-610019 (Sun Blade100) ? V0713, V0714, H3-6853, or H3-6854 series (Sun Ultra 5)

     When installing Solaris 8 1/01

     V0713, V0714, H3-6853, or H3-6854 series (Sun Ultra 5)

     When installing Solaris 7

     V0705 or V0706 series (SPARCstation 5) ? V0713, V0714, H3-6853, or H3-6854 series (Sun Ultra 5)

     EWS memory

     Minimum EWS memory of 64 MB (128 MB or more recommended) 2 GB or more

     Minimum EWS memory of 64 MB (128 MB or more recommended) 2 GB or more

     64 MB or more

     Disk

     1 GB or more

     3. Restrictions The software (NeWSprint) used for the laser printers V0215 and V0215A is incompatible with Solaris 7 and later. 4. Collecting and confirming network information Collect network information and confirm that it is appropriate. Host name A unique name to identify the system.

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     2?C2 2. 1 Attention and Preparation before Installation

     IP address A unique network address required for connecting the system with a network. Netmask The mask data to divide the subnet numbers and the host numbers with the IP address. Setup items to be verified for the T5593, T5592, T5586, T5585, T5376, T5375 and T5371 Systems: The T5593, T5592, T5586, T5585, T5376, T5375 and T5371 test systems uses a 2nd Ethernet, and has the host name and IP address as listed in the table below assigned prior to shipment. Table 2-2 Host Name and IP Address Used in a 2nd Ethernet

     Host name

     EWS 2nd Ethernet Tester processor asxvxhost asxvxtarget

     IP address

     172.16.1.10 172.16.1.1

     Figure 2-1

     2nd Ethernet Connection Diagram

     Factory Network T5593, T5592, T5586, T5585, T5376,T5375 and T5371 test systems EWS EWS 2nd Ethernet Host name (asxvxhost) and IP address(172.16.1.10) Tester processor host name (asxvxtarget) and IP

address (172.16.1.1) Tester processor

     Since the address assignment on the 2nd Ethernet side is closed within a test system, the IP address that is the same as the IP address used on the 2nd Ethernet side of other system can be used. However, if there are two or more systems whose host names and IP addresses are the same within the factory Ethernet network when viewed from the EWS (under which the systems are controlled), distinct host names and IP addresses must be assigned. Confirm these settings with the network administrator in advance.

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     2?C3 2. 2 Installing Solaris 8

     2. 2

     Installing Solaris 8

     Installation procedure of Solaris as the ASX/U system OS is explained below. Three CD-ROMs in one of the packages listed below are required for Solaris 8 installation. ? Solaris 8 1/01 media 1. "Solaris 8 Software 1/01 1 of 2 (SPARC Platform Edition)" 2. "Solaris 8 Software 1/01 2 of 2 (SPARC Platform Edition)" 3. "Software Supplement For The Solaris 8 Operating Environment 1/01" ? Solaris 8 2/02 media 1. "Solaris 8 Software 2/02 1 of 2 (SPARC Platform Edition)" 2. "Solaris 8 Software 2/02 2 of 2 (SPARC Platform Edition)" 3. "Software Supplement For The Solaris 8 Operating Environment 2/02" 1) Turning on the system Turning on the test system starts an automatic boot. To stop the automatic boot, hold the [Stop] key down and press the [A] key. An ok prompt is then displayed. 2) Starting from CD-ROM Insert the CD-ROM "Solaris 8 Software 1 of 2" in the CD-ROM drive. Enter the following command.

     ok boot cdrom? ?

     3) Settings according to installation program Set each settings according to the installation program. Follow the procedure in Figure 2-2. [ ] indicates the selection to input as ASX system.

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     2?C4 2. 2 Installing Solaris 8

     Figure 2-2

     1. Select a Language [0.English]

     Installation Flow (for Solaris 8)

     18. Time Zone [Geographic region] [Set????] 19. Geographic Region [Select the applicable region] [Continue] 20. Date and Time [Change the data if necessary] [Continue] 21. Confirm Information [Continue] 22. Solaris Interactive Installation [Initial] 23. Solaris Interactive Installation [Continue] 24. Select Geographic Regions [Continue] 25. Select Software [Developer System Support] [Select To Include Solaris 64 Bit Support] *1 [Continue] 26. Select Disks [Continue] 27. Preserve Data? [Continue] 28. Automatically Layout File Systems? [Manual Layout] 29. File System and Disk Layout [Customize????] 30. Customize Disks

    See Figure 2-3. [OK] 31. File System and Disk Layout [Continue] 32. Mount Remote File Systems? [Continue]

     33. Profile [Begin Installation] 34. [Auto Reboot]

     2. Select a Locale [0.English (C-7-bit ASCII)] 3. Solaris Installation Program [Continue] 4. Identify This System [Continue] 5. Network Connectivity [Yes] [Continue] 6. DHCP [No]

     *1

     35. Start the installation 36. Root Password Settings [Set the root password] 37. conserve energy *1 [(If this system is used as a server, answer n)[y,n,?] n] [(This gives you the chance to try it before deciding whether to keep it.)[y,n,?] n ] 38. Specify Media [CD/DVD] [Next] 39. Insert CD [Insert the CD (Solaris 8 Software 2 of 2) into the drive in the system] [OK] 40. Start the installation 41. Installation Summary [Next] 42. Reboot [Remove the CD (Solaris 8 Software 2of2)] [Reboot Now] 43. Common Desktop Environment (CDE) You are asked to set up the Login Screen when logging to the system at the root account. [Common Desktop Environment (CDE)] [OK]

     [Continue]

     7. Primary Network Interface [Continue] 8. Host Name [Enter the host name] [Continue] 9. IP Address

     *2

     [Enter the address] [Continue]

     10. IPv6 [No] [Continue] 11. Confirm Information [Continue] 12. Configure Security Policy [No] [Continue] 13. Confirm Information [Continue] 14. Name Service [None] [Continue] 15. Confirm Information [Continue] 16. Subnets [Yes] [Continue] 17. Netmask [Enter the netmask] [Continue]

     *1 Whether or not these messages are displayed depends on the EWS configuration. 7/14/03

     2?C5 2. 2 Installing Solaris 8

     *2 The order of the questions varies depending on the operating system. (Questions for Subnets (No. 16) are sometimes asked first.)

     Figure 2-3

     Disk Customizing (for Solaris 8)

     Tip

     As shown in the above example, "Rounding Error: 1 MB" may be displayed, there is no problem to continue the installation. Or pop up window [Unused disk space] may be displayed, there is no problem for installation. Click [Continue].

     4) Work 1 after the installation (Changing the power saving scheme setting) Log into the root CDE environment and follow the steps listed below. 1) Right-click the mouse in the workspace. (Opens the Workspace Menu.) 2) Select [Tools]. 3) Select [Power Manager]. 4) Click [Standard?]. ? 5) Select [Minimal] (Save power on displays only). 6)

    Click [OK]. 5) Work 2 after the installation (Installing the EWS diagnostic program) Open the emulator window at the terminal, and install the diagnostic program using the procedure shown below.

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     2?C6 2. 2 Installing Solaris 8

     [For Solaris 8 1/01] Insert the CD-ROM named "Software Supplement For The Solaris 8 Operating Environment 1/01" into the CD-ROM drive.

     # pkgadd -d /cdrom/cdrom0/SunVTS_4.2/Product SUNWvts? ? : : In order to use this feature, a SEAM-based Security enabled network must be present. Do you want to enable the kerberos V5 based security?n? ? : This package contains scripts which will be executed with super-user permission during the process of installing this package. : Do you want to continue with the installation of [y,n,?] y? ? : : Installation of was successful. # pkgadd -d /cdrom/cdrom0/SunVTS_4.2/Product SUNWeswsa? ? : : Installation of was successful. # pkgadd -d /cdrom/cdrom0/SunVTS_4.2/Product SUNWvtsx? ? : : Installation of was successful.

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     2?C7 2. 2 Installing Solaris 8

     [For Solaris 8 2/02] Insert the CD-ROM named "Software Supplement For The Solaris 8 Operating Environment 2/02" into the CD-ROM drive.

     # pkgadd -d /cdrom/cdrom0/SunVTS_4.6/Product SUNWvts? ? : : In order to use this feature, a SEAM-based Security enabled network must be present. Do you want to enable the kerberos V5 based security?n? ? : This package contains scripts which will be executed with super-user permission during the process of installing this package. : Do you want to continue with the installation of [y,n,?] y? ? : : Installation of was successful. # pkgadd -d /cdrom/cdrom0/SunVTS_4.6/Product SUNWvtsx? ? : : Installation of was successful.

     Select [Eject] from the File menu of the CD-ROM file manager to eject the CD. (Other precautions) Restart the system using the command shown below after any peripheral devices (including the tester interface) have been added or removed.

     ok boot -r? ?

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     2?C8 2. 3 Installing Solaris 7

     2. 3

     Installing Solaris 7

     Installation procedure of Solaris as the ASX/U system OS is explained below. The following two CD-ROMs are used. ? Solaris 7 SPARC Platform Edition for Sun Computer Systems 1. "Solaris 7 Software 5/99" 2. "Software Supplement for the Solaris 7 Operating Environment 5/99" 1) Turning on the system Turning on the test system starts an automatic boot. To stop the automatic boot, hold the [Stop] key down and press

    the [A] key. An ok prompt is then displayed. 2) Starting from CD-ROM Insert the CD-ROM "Solaris 7 Software" in the CD-ROM drive. Enter the following command.

     ok boot cdrom? ?

     About 5 to 10 minutes later, the installation program screen is displayed. 3) Settings according to installation program Set each settings according to the installation program. Follow the procedure in Figure 2-4. [ ] indicates the selection to input as ASX system. Tip

     The Solaris 64 Bit Support must be installed for ASX/U-51 with REV 5.04 and later installed. Note that Step 21 (Select Software) in Figure 2-4 has been changed.

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     2?C9 2. 3 Installing Solaris 7

     Figure 2-4

     1.

     Installation Flow (for Solaris 7)

     17. Solaris Interactive Installation [Initial] 18. Solaris Interactive Installation [cont] 19. Allocate Client Services ? [cont] 20. Select Languages [cont] 21. Select Software [Developer System Support] Note: Make sure that the Solaris 64 Bit Support selection button on the lower left of the menu is correct. See Table 2-3. [cont] 22. Select Disk [cont] 23. Preserve Data? [cont] 24. Automatically Layout File Systems? [Manual Layout] 25. File System and Disk Layout [Customize????] 26. Customize Disks See Figure 2-5 [OK] 27. File System and Disk Layout [cont] 28. Mount Remote File Systems? [cont] 29. Profile [Begin Installation] [change]

     Select Language and Locale [English] [cont] The Solaris Installation Program [cont] Identify This System [cont] Host Name [Enter the host name] [cont]

     2.

     3.

     4.

     5.

     Network Connectivity [Yes] [cont] The following message may or may not be displayed depending on the system configuration. 6. Primary Network Interface [cont] 7. IP Address [cont] [Enter the address]

     8.

     Confirm Information [cont] [change] Name Service [None] [cont] Confirm Information [cont] [change] Subnets [Yes] [cont] Netmask [Enter the netmask] [cont] Time Zone [Geographic region] [Set????] Geographic region [Select the applicable region] [cont]

     9.

     10.

     11.

     12.

     13.

     14.

     15. Date and Time [Change the data if necessary] [cont] 16. Confirm Information [cont] [change] Processing takes about 1 to 10 minutes.

     [Auto Reboot] Go to the next step, [Procedure after installing Solaris 7].

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     2?C10 2. 3 Installing Solaris 7

     Tip

     WARNING: "Unused diskspace" may be displayed, there is no problem. Proceed to (4).

     Table 2-3

     Solaris 64 Bit Support Selection

     ASX/U type

     ASX/U-51

     EWS type

     V0713, V0714, H3-6853, or H3-6854 series (Sun Ultra 5)

     REV

     5.04 and later Before 5.04

     Select to Solaris 64 bit support

     Selected. Not selected. Not selected. Not selected.

     Others V0705 or V0706 series (SPARCstation 5) --

     All REV

     The above table summarizes how to specify the parameters required to install the Solaris 64 bit support at Step 21 Select Software in Figure 2-4.

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     2?C11 2. 3 Installing Solaris 7

     Figure 2-5

     Disk Customizing (for Solaris 7)

     When the EWS has the 2 GB or larger internal disk.

     When the EWS has a capacity of less than 2 GB.

     Tip

     As shown in the above example, "Rounding Error: 1 MB" may be displayed, there is no problem to continue the installation. Or pop up window [Unused disk space] may be displayed, there is no problem for installation. Click [Continue].

     4) Procedure 1 after installing Solaris 7 (input the root password)

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     2?C12 2. 3 Installing Solaris 7

     It reboots automatically after completing the installation. The system comes up and it prompts to input the root password. So, input the password to set. 5) Procedure 2 after installing Solaris 7 (setting

    for the electric power management) If your system has V0713, V0714, H3-6853 or H3-6854 series (Sun Ultra 5), the following message is displayed when the password of the root directory is entered. The message asks you whether to enable the automatic shutoff function. Enter n for both prompts because the ADVANsite system does not use this function.

     This system is configured to conserv energy. ???? ???? Do you want this automatic power-saving shutdown? (If this system is used as a server, answer n) [y,n,?] n? ? ???? Do you want the system to ask about this again, when you reboot ? (This gives you the chance to try it before deciding whether to keep it.) [y,n,?] n? ?

     Solaris 7 installation is now complete. A login dialog box is displayed. 6) Procedure 3 after installing Solaris 7 (select the default desktop) The following dialog box is displayed, after the user name root and password have been entered.

     Welcome to Solaris. The following desktop are available. Which one would you like to use as your default desktop? Note: You can change this default at any time by using the Session Menu located on the Desktop Login Screen's Option Menu. Choose One: Common Desktop Environment (CDE) OpenWindows Desktop OK

     Common Desktop Environment (CDE) can be used as the window environment in addition to the conventional OpenWindows under Solaris 7. The dialog box is displayed at the first-time login to the user. Click [OK] to log in under CDE. Select [Eject] from the File menu of the File Manager sol_7_sparc_sun_dt window to eject the CD-ROM.

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     2?C13 2. 3 Installing Solaris 7

     Figure 2-6

     File Manager (Eject the CD-ROM)

     7) Procedure 4 after installing Solaris 7 (Installing the EWS diagnostic program) Install the EWS diagnostic program using the following procedure. Insert the CD-ROM "Software Supplement for the Solaris 7 Operating Environment" in the CDROM drive. Click [This Host] in the [Host] subpanel to open the emulator window used in the terminal.

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     2?C14 2. 3 Installing Solaris 7

     Figure 2-7

     Start of Terminal Emulator

     Install the diagnostic program using the following procedure.

     # pkgadd -d /cdrom/cdrom0/Product SUNWvts? ? : : This package contains scripts which will be executed with super-user permission during the process of installing this package. Do you want to continue with the installation of [y,n,?] y? ? : Note: If Solaris 64 Bit Support has been selected, the software shown below is also installed. # pkgadd -d /cdrom/cdrom0/Product SUNWvtsx? ? : : This package contains scripts

    which will be executed with super-user permission during the process of installing this package. Do you want to continue with the installation of [y,n,?] y? ? :

     Select [Eject] from the File menu of the CD-ROM file manager to eject the CD. 8) Procedure 5 after installing Solaris 7 (create directory)

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     2?C15 2. 3 Installing Solaris 7

     Enter the following command to create directory /export/home.

     # mkdir -p /export/home? ?

     (Other precautions) Restart the system using the command shown below after any peripheral devices (including the tester interface) have been added or removed.

     ok boot -r? ?

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     3?C1 3. 1 Editing /etc/hosts

     3. Setting Solaris (System)

     Only the T5593, T5592, T5586, T5585, T5376, T5375 and T5371 test systems need the following settings because they use the 2nd ethernet. Test systems other than T5593, T5592, T5586, T5585, T5376, T5375 and T5371 don't have to make the settings. This section must be performed as superuser.

     3. 1

     Editing /etc/hosts

     1) Open the /etc/hosts file for editing.

     # vi /etc/hosts? ?

     2) Enter the 2nd Ethernet host name and IP address determined in "Attention and Preparation before Installation" on page 2-1. 3) Enter the tester processor host names and IP addresses determined in 2. 1 "Attention and Preparation before Installation" on page 2-1. To implement 2) and 3), refer to the example shown below. (Example)

     172.16.1.10 172.16.1.1 asxvxhost asxvxtarget # hostname for 2nd ethernet # tester processor

     4) After entering all, quit the editor. Tip

     Do not duplicate a host name and IP address.

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     3?C2 3. 2 Setting the 2nd Ethernet Host Name

     3. 2

     Setting the 2nd Ethernet Host Name

     For V0713, V0714, H3-6853 or H3-6854 series (Sun Ultra5)

     1) Open the /etc/hostname.interface file for editing. If the file does not exist, create one.

     # vi /etc/hostname.hme1? ?

     For H3-610019 (Sun Blade 100) or H3-610020 (Sun Blade 150)

     # vi /etc/hostname.hme0? ?

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