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generic/258 questions (mount issue)...

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Subject: generic/258 questions (mount issue)...
From: "Michael L. Semon" <mlsemon35@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 21 May 2013 20:43:13 -0400
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Hi! When using xfstests generic/258 with along with $TEST_RTDEV $TEST_LOGDEV, it tends to scream bloody murder about corrupted partitions and such. In fact, the commands in the test seem to do the right thing when executed by hand. So once again, I grasped for straws and came up with this:

--- xfstests/tests/generic/258.orig     2013-05-21 20:19:38.430754829 -0400
+++ xfstests/tests/generic/258  2013-05-21 20:10:11.509021368 -0400
@@ -62,7 +62,7 @@
 # unmount, remount, and check the timestamp
 echo "Remounting to flush cache"
 umount $TEST_DEV

 # Should yield -315593940 (prior to epoch)
 echo "Testing for negative seconds since epoch"

My questions are these:

1) Was there a better way to do this?

2) Not knowing the policy on umounting $TEST_DEV, could this have been a test for $SCRATCH_DEV?

This was tested only on XFS with rtdev and logdev partitions enabled.



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