>1. What does xfstests cover? I only see xfscrash and some other test cases,
>such as fsstress. Does it cover all the functionality and stress testing? I
>So what else you used for testing of the specific features for journaling file
>system as well as a basic file system functionality. Such as reliable fault
>recovery, scalibility (large file sizes, large partitions, large number of
See http://oss.sgi.com/projects/xfs/101_qa.html for a description of what
testing is done.
>2. Did you do reliability testing? What test cases used for it? Where can I
We use a number of open source tests including but not limited to the following:
Linux Test Project (http://sourceforge.net/projects/ltp/)
We also use a number of tests that are not currently open source.
>3. What suggestions you can give me on my testing? Such as what kind of
>testing is my focus? is functional testing ( basic file system functionlity +
>journaling funtionality) necessary? Or do I just focus on performance and
>reliabilty testing or something else?
>4. Is xfs release 1.0 work with LVM?
Yes, for more information on 1.0 look at the 1.0 release announcement
>5. Do you have Regression Test System(RTS) test suite, I know it from XFS
>Linux Quality Assurance page. Where can I get them?
Some of these tests from RTS are included in the tests from the Linux Test
>6. Is there any major problem with xfs release 1.0?
I know of some NFS panics that were fixed in later releases.