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Revision 1.2, Fri Jul 29 20:27:37 2016 UTC (6 years ago) by pgoyette
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: pgoyette-localcount-20170107, pgoyette-localcount-20161104, pgoyette-localcount-20160806, localcount-20160914, bouyer-socketcan-base
Branch point for: bouyer-socketcan
Changes since 1.1: +6 -4 lines

Mount the snapshot read-only; otherwise we get a nasty panic.

Re-order the clean-up steps to properly undo what we did.

# $NetBSD: t_fss.sh,v 1.2 2016/07/29 20:27:37 pgoyette Exp $
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#
# Verify basic operation of fss(4) file system snapshot device
#

orig_data="Original data"
repl_data="Replacement data"

atf_test_case basic cleanup
basic_body() {

# create of mount-points for the file system and snapshot

	mkdir ./m1
	mkdir ./m2

# create a small 4MB file, treat it as a disk, init a file-system on it,
# and mount it

	dd if=/dev/zero of=./image bs=32k count=64
	vndconfig -c vnd0 ./image
	newfs /dev/vnd0a
	mount /dev/vnd0a ./m1

	echo "${orig_data}" > ./m1/text

# configure and mount a snapshot of the file system

	fssconfig -c fss0 ./m1 ./backup
	mount -o rdonly /dev/fss0 ./m2

# Modify the data on the underlying file system

	echo "${repl_data}" > ./m1/text || abort

# Verify that original data is still visible in the snapshot

	read test_data < ./m2/text
	atf_check_equal "${orig_data}" "${test_data}"

# Unmount our temporary stuff

	umount /dev/fss0	|| true
	fssconfig -u fss0	|| true
	umount /dev/vnd0a	|| true
	vndconfig -u vnd0	|| true
}

basic_cleanup() {
	umount /dev/vnd0a	|| true
	fssconfig -u fss0	|| true
	umount /dev/fss0	|| true
	vndconfig -u vnd0	|| true
}

atf_init_test_cases()
{
        atf_add_test_case basic
}