[lfs-dev] E2fsprogs-1.43 Tests

Bruce Dubbs bruce.dubbs at gmail.com
Sun May 29 00:33:07 PDT 2016


DJ Lucas wrote:
>
>
> On 05/28/2016 06:55 PM, Bruce Dubbs wrote:
>> Bruce Dubbs wrote:
>>> Bruce Dubbs wrote:
>>>> Douglas R. Reno wrote:
>>>>> Can one of you guys look at one of your test logs for e2fsprogs-1.43
>>>>> please? I am getting a ton of failures here, and no idea whats causing
>>>>> them yet. I would have to have a browser/mail client on my workstation
>>>>> to ship the entire log, but I have seen a very small amount of tests
>>>>> passing.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Yes, I get 62 tests succeeded, 265 tests failed with e2fsprogs-1.43.
>>>> That
>>>> is in a full up system.
>>
>>> I've sent a query to linux-ext4 at vger.kernel.org about this.  I'll report
>>> back if I hear anything.
>>
>> Upstream fix:
>>
>> diff --git a/tests/filter.sed b/tests/filter.sed
>> index bec899c..628309d 100644
>> --- a/tests/filter.sed
>> +++ b/tests/filter.sed
>> @@ -1,10 +1,10 @@
>> -/^debugfs [1-9]\.[0-9]*[.-][^ ]* ([0-9]*-[A-Za-z]*-[0-9]*)/d
>> -/^dumpe2fs [1-9]\.[0-9]*[.-][^ ]* ([0-9]*-[A-Za-z]*-[0-9]*)/d
>> -/^e2fsck [1-9]\.[0-9]*[.-][^ ]* ([0-9]*-[A-Za-z]*-[0-9]*)/d
>> -/^mke2fs [1-9]\.[0-9]*[.-][^ ]* ([0-9]*-[A-Za-z]*-[0-9]*)/d
>> -/^resize2fs [1-9]\.[0-9]*[.-][^ ]* ([0-9]*-[A-Za-z]*-[0-9]*)/d
>> -/^tune2fs [1-9]\.[0-9]*[.-][^ ]* ([0-9]*-[A-Za-z]*-[0-9]*)/d
>> -/^e2image [1-9]\.[0-9]*[.-][^ ]* ([0-9]*-[A-Za-z]*-[0-9]*)/d
>> +/^debugfs [1-9]\.[0-9]*[^ ]* ([0-9]*-[A-Za-z]*-[0-9]*)/d
>> +/^dumpe2fs [1-9]\.[0-9]*[^ ]* ([0-9]*-[A-Za-z]*-[0-9]*)/d
>> +/^e2fsck [1-9]\.[0-9]*[^ ]* ([0-9]*-[A-Za-z]*-[0-9]*)/d
>> +/^mke2fs [1-9]\.[0-9]*[^ ]* ([0-9]*-[A-Za-z]*-[0-9]*)/d
>> +/^resize2fs [1-9]\.[0-9]*[^ ]* ([0-9]*-[A-Za-z]*-[0-9]*)/d
>> +/^tune2fs [1-9]\.[0-9]*[^ ]* ([0-9]*-[A-Za-z]*-[0-9]*)/d
>> +/^e2image [1-9]\.[0-9]*[^ ]* ([0-9]*-[A-Za-z]*-[0-9]*)/d
>>   s/\\015//g
>>   /automatically checked/d
>>   /^Directory Hash Seed:/d
>
> Ugh, my fault. Sorry about that.

No problem.  I think we can use:

sed -i -e 's:\[\.-\]::' tests/filter.sed

That's a sed to modify a script's set of seds.   Say that three times 
fast.  :)

Tested.  327 tests succeeded     0 tests failed

   -- Bruce



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