chris at beaker67.com
Fri Mar 20 02:33:58 PDT 2009
Tobias Gasser wrote:
> the root partition is mounted in
> options rw,errors=continue,data=ordered (type=ext3)
Ah I'm sorry, you are right...there is something mounted in the
Coreutils source dir. However, for me it's only something in /tmp, not
/, and it has always been umounted when the testsuite ended. I'm going
through Coreutils' testsuite scripts, and it looks like, by default, it
tries using several dirs (/tmp, /var/tmp, /usr/tmp, $HOME) and tests to
see if they're on a different partition - if not, it just skips the
test. However, if any of those are on a different partition from the
Coreutils' source dir, the test is run. Specifically, I believe it's the
rm/one-file-system test that causes the issue you're seeing, though I'm
not sure how. Here's what it looks like...
mkdir -p a/b $t/y
mount --bind $t a/b \
|| skip_test_ "This test requires mount with a working --bind option."
cat <<\EOF > exp || framework_failure
rm: skipping `a/b', since it's on a different device
rm --one-file-system -rf a 2> out && fail=1
test -d $t/y || fail=1
Right at the end it umounts the filesystem it mounted, so it looks like
the only way it should still be there is if the test failed. I also
don't see where it would use anything other than /tmp, /var/tmp,
/usr/tmp, or $HOME, unless you set some variable that forces it to do so.
Of course, feel free to let me know if any of this is incorrect...
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