Polished hardlink test

master
Thomas Schmitt 12 years ago
parent a1917d0014
commit 88378b25af
  1. 84
      releng/test_hardlinks

@ -9,13 +9,44 @@ export prog=$(basename "$0")
export xorriso=xorriso
export image_file=/tmp/xorriso_hardlinks.iso
export on_disk=/tmp/xorriso_hardlinks_test_dir
export in_iso="$on_disk"
export in_iso=""
export copy_on_disk=/tmp/xorriso_hardlinks_copy_dir
export keep=0
export failure=0
export next_is_xorriso=0
export next_is_rc=0
export bad=0
config_by_var() {
# This is called once before option interpretation, and once for each
# option -rc.
# Variables get set to empty content to keep them from being applied
# more than once and thus overriding settings of higher precedence.
# >>> The short names are not good.
# >>> Environment variables should have a common prefix. Like RELENG_
# >>> In general, the names should be a bit more expressive.
# >>> Like RELENG_XORRISO
test -n "$XOR" && xorriso="$XOR" && XOR=
test -n "$RELENG_XORRISO" && xorriso="$RELENG_XORRISO" && RELENG_XORRISO=
test -n "$IMG" && image_file="$IMG" && IMG=
test -n "$RELENG_TMPIMAGE" && image_file="$RELENG_TMPIMAGE" \
&& RELENG_TMPIMAGE=
# This is not $DIR, which would exist before and after the test,
# but a temporary directory which may not exist before.
test -n "$RELENG_TMPDIR" && on_disk="$RELENG_TMPDIR" && RELENG_TMPDIR=
test -n "$RELENG_ISODIR" && in_iso="$RELENG_ISODIR" && RELENG_ISODIR=
test -n "$RELENG_TMPCOPYDIR" && copy_on_disk="$RELENG_TMPCOPYDIR" \
&& RELENG_TMPCOPYDIR=
}
clean_up() {
if test "$keep" = 1
then
@ -27,20 +58,37 @@ clean_up() {
fi
}
skip=0
# Setup
# Interpret a default configuration file here, if the test has one.
# This one has none.
# >>> Best would be if the configuration file would not override env variables.
# Process env variables and default configfile variables together
config_by_var
# Now interpret program arguments and possibly given config files
for i in "$@"
do
if test "$next_is_xorriso" = 1
then
xorriso="$i"
next_is_xorriso=0
elif test "$skip" -gt 0
elif test "$next_is_rc" = 1
then
skip=$(expr $skip - 1)
# >>> This looks darn dangerous. We need a trustworthy config interpreter.
# >>> http://www.netjeff.com/humor/item.cgi?file=ShootInFoot-OS
. "$i"
config_by_var
next_is_rc=0
elif test x"$i" = x"-rc"
then
# No configuration yet
skip=1
next_is_rc=1
elif test x"$i" = x"-keep"
then
keep=1
@ -58,21 +106,24 @@ do
fi
done
test -z "$in_iso" && in_iso="$on_disk"
if test -e "$image_file"
then
echo "TEST ENVIRONMENT ERROR: $prog : Existing image_file target:" >&2
echo "=== TEST ENVIRONMENT ERROR: $prog : Existing image_file target:" >&2
ls -ld "$image_file" >&2
bad=1
fi
if test -e "$on_disk"
then
echo "TEST ENVIRONMENT ERROR: $prog : Existing on_disk target:" >&2
echo "=== TEST ENVIRONMENT ERROR: $prog : Existing on_disk target:" >&2
ls -ld "$on_disk" >&2
bad=1
fi
if test -e "$copy_on_disk"
then
echo "TEST ENVIRONMENT ERROR: $prog : Existing copy_on_disk target:" >&2
echo "=== TEST ENVIRONMENT ERROR: $prog : Existing copy_on_disk target:" >&2
ls -ld "$copy_on_disk" >&2
bad=1
fi
@ -93,7 +144,9 @@ ls -l "$on_disk"/*
echo "=== Producing simple image" >&2
"$xorriso" \
-version \
-for_backup \
-padding 0 \
-outdev "$image_file" \
-update_r "$on_disk" "$in_iso" \
-hardlinks perform_update
@ -110,11 +163,12 @@ echo "=== Copying from image to temporary disk tree" >&2
## For testing the test: Let it fail deliberately
## rm "$copy_on_disk"/file_1_link_b
echo "=== Comparing original disk tree and temporary one" >&2
diff -r "$on_disk" "$copy_on_disk"
if test "$?" -ne 0
then
echo "WRONG: diff -r $on_disk $copy_on_disk reports differences" >&2
echo "=== WRONG: diff -r $on_disk $copy_on_disk reports differences" >&2
failure=1
else
echo "=== OK" >&2
@ -128,9 +182,9 @@ if test x"$x" = x"$expected"
then
echo "=== OK" >&2
else
echo "WRONG: Link count of extracted files is not as expected." >&2
echo "Expected: $expected" >&2
echo "Got : $x" >&2
echo "=== WRONG: Link count of extracted files is not as expected." >&2
echo "=== Expected: $expected" >&2
echo "=== Got : $x" >&2
failure=1
fi
@ -142,9 +196,9 @@ clean_up
echo
if test "$failure" = 1
then
echo "======== $prog :" 'FAILURE !!!'
echo "======== $prog :" 'FAILED'
else
echo "======== $prog :" "Success."
echo "======== $prog :" "Passed"
fi
echo

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