Sorry! I missed your response for this patch.
On 02/08/2012 01:42 PM, Dave Chinner wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 06, 2012 at 10:30:34PM +0800, Jeff Liu wrote:
>> Introduce 279 for SEEK_DATA/SEEK_HOLE sanity check.
>> +echo "QA output created by $seq"
>> +status=0 # success is the default!
> Why? failure should be the default, and it is in the new test
That's my mistake, I manually changed this default setting at that time
> $ grep failure new
> status=1 # failure is the default!
>> +trap "_cleanup; exit \$status" 0 1 2 3 15
> Indeed, we want the test to fail if it is interrupted.
>> +# get standard environment, filters and checks
>> +. ./common.rc
>> +. ./common.filter
>> +# real QA test starts here
>> +# Modify as appropriate.
>> +# FIXME: _supported_os should include Solaris too.
>> +_supported_fs generic
>> +_supported_os Linux Solaris
> What is the FIXME for?
At first, I was consider to let it also support Solaris lseek(2) tests,
but xfstests only works on IRIX && Linux, so "FIXME" should be removed.
>> +[ -x $here/src/seek_sanity_tester ] || _notrun "seek_sanitfy_tester not
>> + rm -f $base_test_path.*
>> +rm -rf $seq.out
>> +echo "QA output created by $seq" > $seq.out
> Anything output on stdout automatically gets put into $seq.out by
> the test harness. The $seq.out file is truncated before the test, so
> this is not necessary. Indeed, doing this is probably why the tee
> command below only results in a single copy of the output in
>> +$here/src/seek_sanity_tester $base_test_path 2>&1 | tee -a $seq.out
> This only needs to be:
> $here/src/seek_sanity_tester $base_test_path 2>&1
> to redirect both stdout and stderr to $seq.out.
>> --- /dev/null
>> +++ b/279.out
>> @@ -0,0 +1,116 @@
>> +QA output created by 279
>> +File system supports the default behavior.
>> +File system magic#: 0x58465342
> You can't put the filesystem magic number in the output. It is
> different for XFS, ext4, ext3, etc. Either it needs to be removed or
I'll remove it. :)
>> +Allocation size: 4096
> That's no good, either, as filesystems can easily return return
> something other than 4k there as well.
>> +01. Test empty file
>> +01.01 SEEK_DATA expected -1 with errno -6, got -6. succ
>> +01.02 SEEK_HOLE expected -1 with errno -6, got -6. succ
>> +01.03 SEEK_HOLE expected -1 with errno -6, got -6. succ
>> +02. Test a tiny full file
>> +02.01 SEEK_HOLE expected 8 or 8, got 8. succ
>> +02.02 SEEK_DATA expected 0 or 0, got 0. succ
>> +02.03 SEEK_DATA expected 1 or 1, got 1. succ
>> +02.04 SEEK_HOLE expected 8 or 8, got 8. succ
>> +02.05 SEEK_DATA expected 7 or 7, got 7. succ
>> +02.06 SEEK_HOLE expected -1 with errno -6, got -6. succ
>> +02.07 SEEK_DATA expected -1 with errno -6, got -6. succ
>> +02.08 SEEK_HOLE expected -1 with errno -6, got -6. succ
>> +02.09 SEEK_DATA expected -1 with errno -6, got -6. succ
>> +03. Test a larger full file
>> +03.01 SEEK_HOLE expected 8292 or 8292, got 8292. succ
>> +03.02 SEEK_HOLE expected 8292 or 8292, got 8292. succ
>> +03.03 SEEK_DATA expected 0 or 0, got 0. succ
>> +03.04 SEEK_DATA expected 1 or 1, got 1. succ
>> +03.05 SEEK_HOLE expected 8292 or 8292, got 8292. succ
>> +03.06 SEEK_DATA expected 8291 or 8291, got 8291. succ
> Hmmm, these are all numbers that are based on an allocation size of
> 4k. So this test is guaranteed to fail on configurations that don't
> report a 4k block size from fstat().
Hmm, although the numbers(like 8292, 8291) are based on an allocation
size(4k in this case). But they will adjusted to other numbers
depending on the detected allocation size on the fly.
For example, if a file system blksize is 8k, then the old result:
03.01 SEEK_HOLE expected 8292 or 8292, got 8292.
will show as:
03.01 SEEK_HOLE expected 16484 or 16484, got 16484.
Frankly speaking, I have not yet tried it on other allocation size, that
is just the desired behavior per current implementation. I'll fix it up
as you suggested if it run failed. :)
> I'd suggest that what you need to do here is have the test exit with
> a 1 or 0 to indicate success, and test for that in the 279 script,
> and pipe all this output to $seq.full so it can be used for
> debugging when a failure occurs.
> Basically, if numbers can change between different test configs,
> then they either need to be filtered out of the golden output or
> directed to the $seq.full and the test does something like:
> status=1 # failure is the default
> rm -f $seq.full
> run_test >> $seq.full 2>&1 || _fail "run_test failed!"