Test 259 tries to make a loop device size which is 1 byte less
than 4T; losetup now warns that this makes little sense, and
the warning breaks the test output:
+losetup: /mnt/test/259.image: warning: file does not fit into a 512-byte
sector the end of the file will be ignored.
The RH QE testcase did originally use loopback, so
did not test anything other than 512 boundaries.
Just drop the 1-byte-shy case, because it produces a device
exactly the same size as the 512-bytes-shy case.
(FWIW, this is a regression test for the bug that
d943b11 mkfs: get size of device properly
Signed-off-by: Eric Sandeen <sandeen@xxxxxxxxxx>
diff --git a/tests/xfs/259 b/tests/xfs/259
index 59eeaca..9c12ccf 100755
@@ -48,7 +48,7 @@ testfile=$TEST_DIR/259.image
# Test various sizes slightly less than 4 TB
-for del in 1 512 1024 1025 2048 4096; do
+for del in 512 1024 1025 2048 4096; do
ddseek=$(_math "$four_TB - $del")
echo "Trying to make (4 TB - $del) B long xfs fs image"
rm -f "$testfile"