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Re: [RFC] btree test harness

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Subject: Re: [RFC] btree test harness
From: Christoph Hellwig <hch@xxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 1 Sep 2008 00:24:20 +0200
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New version below.  Now we use an ioctl to driver the tests for
a given maximum of levels.  There's a small program for xfstests
that calls it.  No real testcases yet because the setup is still a
little weird:

mkfs.xfs -f \
        -b size=512 \
        -d agcount=1 \
        -l logdev=/dev/hdb,size=65000b,lazy-count=1 \

mount -t xfs -o logdev=/dev/hdb /dev/hdd /mnt/

./src/btree-test /mnt 0 <levels to test>

Next step would be to find the largest span of free blocks using real
allocator functions, which should make this a lot safer, and might also
get rid of the requirement of an external log.

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