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bug#5945: [PATCH] tests: avoid spurious failure of root-only ls/capabili

From: Pádraig Brady
Subject: bug#5945: [PATCH] tests: avoid spurious failure of root-only ls/capability test
Date: Wed, 14 Apr 2010 15:37:50 +0100
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On 14/04/10 14:52, Jim Meyering wrote:
> tests: avoid spurious failure of root-only ls/capability test

Here's another ls test failure that happens on SELinux enabled systems.
I'll push the following shortly.

>From 2d9e9408f74f39f4c2817ea028a7a6ad64fb4b45 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
From: =?utf-8?q?P=C3=A1draig=20Brady?= <address@hidden>
Date: Wed, 14 Apr 2010 15:32:27 +0100
Subject: [PATCH] tests: avoid spurious failure of ls/color-norm test

* tests/ls/color-norm: Ensure that the file size is output
consistently as 1 block.  Previously we used "empty" files which
could have some space allocated depending on whether SELinux was
enabled for example.
 tests/ls/color-norm |   38 ++++++++++++++++++++++----------------
 1 files changed, 22 insertions(+), 16 deletions(-)

diff --git a/tests/ls/color-norm b/tests/ls/color-norm
index 16ffa22..75c7b82 100755
--- a/tests/ls/color-norm
+++ b/tests/ls/color-norm
@@ -28,9 +28,15 @@ fi
 # Don't let a different umask perturb the results.
 umask 22

-touch exe || framework_failure
+# Use a large block size so that file sizes (which are printed
+# with "normal" formatting), are normalized to 1 block.
+# Note we can't use 0 sized files as on some systems "empty"
+# files can use some allocation (like with SELinux enabled for example).
+export LS_BLOCK_SIZE=1048576
+echo > exe || framework_failure
 chmod u+x exe || framework_failure
-touch nocolor || framework_failure
+echo > nocolor || framework_failure

 # Non coloured files inherit NORMAL attributes
 LS_COLORS=no=7      ls -s1U --color exe nocolor >> out || fail=1
@@ -58,21 +64,21 @@ cat -A out > out.display || framework_failure
 mv out.display out || framework_failure

 cat <<\EOF > exp || framework_failure
-^[[0m^[[7m0 ^[[m^[[01;32mexe^[[0m$
-^[[7m0 nocolor^[[0m$
-^[[0m^[[7m0 ^[[m^[[01;32mexe^[[0m  ^[[7m0 nocolor^[[0m$
-^[[0m^[[7m0 nocolor^[[0m$
-^[[7m0 ^[[m^[[01;32mexe^[[0m$
-^[[0m^[[7m0 nocolor^[[0m  ^[[7m0 ^[[m^[[01;32mexe^[[0m$
-^[[0m^[[7m0 ^[[m^[[1mnocolor^[[0m$
-^[[7m0 ^[[m^[[01;32mexe^[[0m$
-^[[0m^[[7m0 ^[[m^[[mnocolor^[[0m$
-^[[7m0 ^[[m^[[01;32mexe^[[0m$
-^[[0m^[[7m0 ^[[m^[[0mnocolor^[[0m$
-^[[7m0 ^[[m^[[01;32mexe^[[0m$
+^[[0m^[[7m1 ^[[m^[[01;32mexe^[[0m$
+^[[7m1 nocolor^[[0m$
+^[[0m^[[7m1 ^[[m^[[01;32mexe^[[0m  ^[[7m1 nocolor^[[0m$
+^[[0m^[[7m1 nocolor^[[0m$
+^[[7m1 ^[[m^[[01;32mexe^[[0m$
+^[[0m^[[7m1 nocolor^[[0m  ^[[7m1 ^[[m^[[01;32mexe^[[0m$
+^[[0m^[[7m1 ^[[m^[[1mnocolor^[[0m$
+^[[7m1 ^[[m^[[01;32mexe^[[0m$
+^[[0m^[[7m1 ^[[m^[[mnocolor^[[0m$
+^[[7m1 ^[[m^[[01;32mexe^[[0m$
+^[[0m^[[7m1 ^[[m^[[0mnocolor^[[0m$
+^[[7m1 ^[[m^[[01;32mexe^[[0m$
 ^[[0m^[[7mnocolor^[[0m, ^[[7m^[[m^[[01;32mexe^[[0m*$
-0 nocolor$
-0 exe$
+1 nocolor$
+1 exe$

 compare out exp || fail=1

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