hold

Purpose:

Hold gp_test in the current mode

Enter:

hold [registered_name]

Where:

registered_name

Optional. Specify the registered name of the version of the Test Scheduler to which the command is directed. The default is test.

Example:

hold
The above command holds the gp_test registered as ‘test’ in its current mode.

hold pier
The above command holds the test mode for the instance of gp_test that has the instance name pier.

Notes:

Holds the Test Scheduler (gp_test) in the current mode. The mode timer continues to run, but will not cause the mode to terminate until the hold is released.

Some uses of the hold command include holding the test to maintain the current operating condition. The command is particularly useful during the initial checkout of a new test procedure. Use the suspend command to hold the mode and prevent the timer from running.

See Also:

adv, release, suspend, Master Scheduler, Test Manager User Guide, Master Scheduler