[SOLVED] Sanity tests for a virtuialised server???
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I have recently received a virtualized AIX5.3 server and need to perform sanity for the server.Can anyone tell me what should my sanity test cases cover for the server.Is this some standard document that I can follow?Please let me know.
acid_kewpie.if prior to virtuailzation if I had a physical server that had a couple of applicaations say a DB,a server.How can I ensure that they are working fine and virtualizations has not stopped/affected their functioning.