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#! /bin/bash
# FS QA Test No. 062
# Exercises the getfattr/setfattr tools
# Derived from tests originally written by Andreas Gruenbacher for ext2
# Copyright (c) 2000-2002 Silicon Graphics, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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# creator
seq=`basename $0`
echo "QA output created by $seq"
status=1 # failure is the default!
# get standard environment, filters and checks
. ./common.rc
. ./common.filter
. ./common.attr
cd /
echo; echo "*** unmount"
umount $SCRATCH_MNT 2>/dev/null
rm -f $tmp.*
trap "_cleanup; exit \$status" 0 1 2 3 15
$GETFATTR_PROG --absolute-names -dh $@ 2>&1 | _filter_scratch
$SETFATTR_PROG $@ 2>&1 | _filter_scratch
echo "*** create test bed"
touch $SCRATCH_MNT/reg
mkdir -p $SCRATCH_MNT/dir
mkdir $SCRATCH_MNT/dev
mknod $SCRATCH_MNT/dev/b b 0 0
mknod $SCRATCH_MNT/dev/c c 0 0
mknod $SCRATCH_MNT/dev/p p
# sanity check
find $SCRATCH_MNT | LC_COLLATE=POSIX sort | _filter_scratch
# real QA test starts here
_supported_fs generic
_supported_os Linux
rm -f $tmp.backup1 $tmp.backup2 $seq.full
# real QA test starts here
_scratch_mkfs > /dev/null 2>&1 || _fail "mkfs failed"
_scratch_mount || _fail "mount failed"
# In kernels before 3.0, getxattr() fails with EPERM for an attribute which
# cannot exist. Later kernels fail with ENODATA. Accept both results.
invalid_attribute_filter() {
sed -e "s:\(No such attribute\|Operation not permitted\):No such attribute or operation not permitted:"
if [ "$USE_ATTR_SECURE" = yes ]; then
ATTR_MODES="user security trusted"
ATTR_MODES="user trusted"
for nsp in $ATTR_MODES; do
for inode in reg dir lnk dev/b dev/c dev/p; do
echo; echo "=== TYPE $inode; NAMESPACE $nsp"; echo
echo "*** set/get one initially empty attribute"
setfattr -h -n $ $SCRATCH_MNT/$inode
getfattr -m $nsp $SCRATCH_MNT/$inode
echo "*** overwrite empty, set several new attributes"
setfattr -h -n $ -v 0xbabe $SCRATCH_MNT/$inode
setfattr -h -n $nsp.name2 -v 0xdeadbeef $SCRATCH_MNT/$inode
setfattr -h -n $nsp.name3 -v 0xdeface $SCRATCH_MNT/$inode
echo "*** fetch several attribute names and values (hex)"
getfattr -m $nsp -e hex $SCRATCH_MNT/$inode
echo "*** fetch several attribute names and values (base64)"
getfattr -m $nsp -e base64 $SCRATCH_MNT/$inode
echo "*** shrink value of an existing attribute"
setfattr -h -n $nsp.name2 -v 0xdeaf $SCRATCH_MNT/$inode
getfattr -m $nsp -e hex $SCRATCH_MNT/$inode
echo "*** grow value of existing attribute"
setfattr -h -n $nsp.name2 -v 0xdecade $SCRATCH_MNT/$inode
getfattr -m $nsp -e hex $SCRATCH_MNT/$inode
echo "*** set an empty value for second attribute"
setfattr -h -n $nsp.name2 $SCRATCH_MNT/$inode
getfattr -m $nsp -n $nsp.name2 $SCRATCH_MNT/$inode 2>&1 | invalid_attribute_filter
echo "*** overwrite empty value"
setfattr -h -n $nsp.name2 -v 0xcafe $SCRATCH_MNT/$inode
getfattr -m $nsp -e hex -n $nsp.name2 $SCRATCH_MNT/$inode 2>&1 | invalid_attribute_filter
echo "*** remove attribute"
setfattr -h -x $nsp.name2 $SCRATCH_MNT/$inode
getfattr -m $nsp -e hex -n $nsp.name2 $SCRATCH_MNT/$inode 2>&1 | invalid_attribute_filter
echo "*** final list (strings, type=$inode, nsp=$nsp)"
getfattr -m '.' -e hex $SCRATCH_MNT/$inode
# Test the directory descent code
echo; echo
echo "*** extend test bed"
# must set some descents' attributes to be useful
mkdir -p $SCRATCH_MNT/here/up/ascend
mkdir -p $SCRATCH_MNT/descend/down/here
find $SCRATCH_MNT/descend | xargs setfattr -n user.x -v yz
find $SCRATCH_MNT/descend | xargs setfattr -n user.1 -v 23
find $SCRATCH_MNT/here | xargs setfattr -n trusted.a -v bc
find $SCRATCH_MNT/here | xargs setfattr -n trusted.9 -v 87
# whack a symlink in the middle, just to be difficult
ln -s $SCRATCH_MNT/here/up $SCRATCH_MNT/descend/and
# dump out our new starting point
find $SCRATCH_MNT | LC_COLLATE=POSIX sort | _filter_scratch
echo "*** directory descent with us following symlinks"
getfattr -h -L -R -m '.' -e hex $SCRATCH_MNT
echo "*** directory descent without following symlinks"
getfattr -h -P -R -m '.' -e hex $SCRATCH_MNT
# Test the backup/restore code
echo; echo
# NB: no filtering of scratch here... (need to restore too)
$GETFATTR_PROG --absolute-names -dh -R -m '.' $SCRATCH_MNT >$1
echo BACKUP $1 >>$seq.full
cat $1 >> $seq.full
[ ! -s $1 ] && echo "warning: $1 (backup file) is empty"
echo "*** backup everything"
_backup $tmp.backup1
echo "*** clear out the scratch device"
rm -fr $SCRATCH_MNT/*
echo "AFTER REMOVE" >>$seq.full
getfattr -L -R -m '.' $SCRATCH_MNT >>$seq.full
echo "*** reset test bed with no extended attributes"
echo "*** restore everything"
setfattr -h --restore=$tmp.backup1
_backup $tmp.backup2
echo "AFTER RESTORE" >>$seq.full
getfattr -L -R -m '.' $SCRATCH_MNT >>$seq.full
echo "*** compare before and after backups"
diff $tmp.backup1 $tmp.backup2
if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
echo "urk, failed - creating $seq.backup1 and $seq.backup2"
cp $tmp.backup1 $seq.backup1 && cp $tmp.backup2 $seq.backup2
# success, all done