Patchwork xfstests #62 broken on ext4

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Submitter Christoph Hellwig
Date Aug. 13, 2011, 8:14 p.m.
Message ID <20110813201419.GA6442@infradead.org>
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Christoph Hellwig - Aug. 13, 2011, 8:14 p.m.
On Sat, Aug 13, 2011 at 10:38:51AM -0400, Theodore Ts'o wrote:
> 
> Xfstests #62 was recently enabled by commit b2b36d0a4.
> 
> However, this test is failing for ext4 because ext4 doesn't support
> extended attributes on anything other than regular files and
> directories.  This is behavior is documented in the attr(5) man page:

As explained to you before that is not the reason why it fails.  The
reason is that Andreas Gruenbacher changed return values for certain
xattr operations in commit 55b23bde19c08f14127a27d461a4e079942c7258.


> It looks like XFS is not conformant to documented behaviour and the file
> system generic code.

Care to explain that conclusion?  A simple test and/or a look at the
code will reveal that this is not true.

Below is the patch from Andreas that makes the test work properly again
on Linux 3.0+ on XFS, although other filesystem still have some issues
with it.  For ext4 that mostly seems the presence of the lost+found
directory, and a different ordering from readdir than expected.
Theodore Ts'o - Aug. 14, 2011, 12:44 a.m.
On Sat, Aug 13, 2011 at 04:14:19PM -0400, Christoph Hellwig wrote:
> On Sat, Aug 13, 2011 at 10:38:51AM -0400, Theodore Ts'o wrote:
> > 
> > Xfstests #62 was recently enabled by commit b2b36d0a4.
> > 
> > However, this test is failing for ext4 because ext4 doesn't support
> > extended attributes on anything other than regular files and
> > directories.  This is behavior is documented in the attr(5) man page:
> 
> As explained to you before that is not the reason why it fails.  The
> reason is that Andreas Gruenbacher changed return values for certain
> xattr operations in commit 55b23bde19c08f14127a27d461a4e079942c7258.

Apologies, I hadn't yet read your mail message while I started digging
into this failure this morning, and the fact that the files got
reordered from what was expected in the output file confused me into
thinking ext4 was failing tests that where the 062.out file expected
successes, and I juped to conclusions.

I see there's an sort command at the very end of _extend_test_bed(), I
presume we should also add a similar "LC_COLLATE=POSIX sort" to the
other "find" command pipelines, and it's easy enough to filter out the
lost+found directory by adding a "! -name lost+found".

     	  	       		    		 - Ted
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Christoph Hellwig - Aug. 14, 2011, 4:09 p.m.
On Sat, Aug 13, 2011 at 08:44:17PM -0400, Ted Ts'o wrote:
> I see there's an sort command at the very end of _extend_test_bed(), I
> presume we should also add a similar "LC_COLLATE=POSIX sort" to the
> other "find" command pipelines, and it's easy enough to filter out the
> lost+found directory by adding a "! -name lost+found".

A patch from you or Stefan would be very welcome.  Note that at least
for btrfs I see problems with the user.name2 attribute in that test too,
so it might be a bit of effort to sort out what actually is going on.

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Eric Sandeen - Aug. 19, 2011, 2:46 p.m.
> Below is the patch from Andreas that makes the test work properly again
> on Linux 3.0+ on XFS, although other filesystem still have some issues
> with it.  For ext4 that mostly seems the presence of the lost+found
> directory, and a different ordering from readdir than expected.

yeah this looks a little cleaner than mine.

Reviewed-by: Eric Sandeen <sandeen@redhat.com>

On 8/13/11 3:14 PM, Christoph Hellwig wrote:
> diff --git a/062 b/062
> index 5cb6f92..df29e7a 100755
> --- a/062
> +++ b/062
> @@ -84,6 +84,12 @@ _scratch_mkfs_xfs | _filter_mkfs 2>$tmp.mkfs
>  _scratch_mount || _fail "mount failed"
>  _create_test_bed
>  
> +# In kernels before 3.0.0, getxattr() returns -EPERM for an attribute which
> +# cannot exist.  Later kernels return -ENODATA.
> +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"
>  else
> @@ -119,15 +125,15 @@ for nsp in $ATTR_MODES; do
>  		
>  		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
> +		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
> +		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
> +		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
> diff --git a/062.out b/062.out
> index 73fd628..5e3f5d9 100644
> --- a/062.out
> +++ b/062.out
> @@ -55,7 +55,7 @@ user.name2
>  user.name2=0xcafe
>  
>  *** remove attribute
> -SCRATCH_MNT/reg: user.name2: No such attribute
> +SCRATCH_MNT/reg: user.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
>  *** final list (strings, type=reg, nsp=user)
>  # file: SCRATCH_MNT/reg
>  user.name=0xbabe
> @@ -102,7 +102,7 @@ user.name2
>  user.name2=0xcafe
>  
>  *** remove attribute
> -SCRATCH_MNT/dir: user.name2: No such attribute
> +SCRATCH_MNT/dir: user.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
>  *** final list (strings, type=dir, nsp=user)
>  # file: SCRATCH_MNT/dir
>  user.name=0xbabe
> @@ -125,13 +125,13 @@ setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/lnk: Operation not permitted
>  setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/lnk: Operation not permitted
>  *** set an empty value for second attribute
>  setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/lnk: Operation not permitted
> -SCRATCH_MNT/lnk: user.name2: Operation not permitted
> +SCRATCH_MNT/lnk: user.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
>  *** overwrite empty value
>  setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/lnk: Operation not permitted
> -SCRATCH_MNT/lnk: user.name2: Operation not permitted
> +SCRATCH_MNT/lnk: user.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
>  *** remove attribute
>  setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/lnk: Operation not permitted
> -SCRATCH_MNT/lnk: user.name2: Operation not permitted
> +SCRATCH_MNT/lnk: user.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
>  *** final list (strings, type=lnk, nsp=user)
>  
>  === TYPE dev/b; NAMESPACE user
> @@ -150,13 +150,13 @@ setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/b: Operation not permitted
>  setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/b: Operation not permitted
>  *** set an empty value for second attribute
>  setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/b: Operation not permitted
> -SCRATCH_MNT/dev/b: user.name2: Operation not permitted
> +SCRATCH_MNT/dev/b: user.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
>  *** overwrite empty value
>  setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/b: Operation not permitted
> -SCRATCH_MNT/dev/b: user.name2: Operation not permitted
> +SCRATCH_MNT/dev/b: user.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
>  *** remove attribute
>  setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/b: Operation not permitted
> -SCRATCH_MNT/dev/b: user.name2: Operation not permitted
> +SCRATCH_MNT/dev/b: user.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
>  *** final list (strings, type=dev/b, nsp=user)
>  
>  === TYPE dev/c; NAMESPACE user
> @@ -175,13 +175,13 @@ setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/c: Operation not permitted
>  setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/c: Operation not permitted
>  *** set an empty value for second attribute
>  setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/c: Operation not permitted
> -SCRATCH_MNT/dev/c: user.name2: Operation not permitted
> +SCRATCH_MNT/dev/c: user.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
>  *** overwrite empty value
>  setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/c: Operation not permitted
> -SCRATCH_MNT/dev/c: user.name2: Operation not permitted
> +SCRATCH_MNT/dev/c: user.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
>  *** remove attribute
>  setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/c: Operation not permitted
> -SCRATCH_MNT/dev/c: user.name2: Operation not permitted
> +SCRATCH_MNT/dev/c: user.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
>  *** final list (strings, type=dev/c, nsp=user)
>  
>  === TYPE dev/p; NAMESPACE user
> @@ -200,13 +200,13 @@ setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/p: Operation not permitted
>  setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/p: Operation not permitted
>  *** set an empty value for second attribute
>  setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/p: Operation not permitted
> -SCRATCH_MNT/dev/p: user.name2: Operation not permitted
> +SCRATCH_MNT/dev/p: user.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
>  *** overwrite empty value
>  setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/p: Operation not permitted
> -SCRATCH_MNT/dev/p: user.name2: Operation not permitted
> +SCRATCH_MNT/dev/p: user.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
>  *** remove attribute
>  setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/p: Operation not permitted
> -SCRATCH_MNT/dev/p: user.name2: Operation not permitted
> +SCRATCH_MNT/dev/p: user.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
>  *** final list (strings, type=dev/p, nsp=user)
>  
>  === TYPE reg; NAMESPACE trusted
> @@ -249,7 +249,7 @@ trusted.name2
>  trusted.name2=0xcafe
>  
>  *** remove attribute
> -SCRATCH_MNT/reg: trusted.name2: No such attribute
> +SCRATCH_MNT/reg: trusted.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
>  *** final list (strings, type=reg, nsp=trusted)
>  # file: SCRATCH_MNT/reg
>  trusted.name=0xbabe
> @@ -298,7 +298,7 @@ trusted.name2
>  trusted.name2=0xcafe
>  
>  *** remove attribute
> -SCRATCH_MNT/dir: trusted.name2: No such attribute
> +SCRATCH_MNT/dir: trusted.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
>  *** final list (strings, type=dir, nsp=trusted)
>  # file: SCRATCH_MNT/dir
>  trusted.name=0xbabe
> @@ -347,7 +347,7 @@ trusted.name2
>  trusted.name2=0xcafe
>  
>  *** remove attribute
> -SCRATCH_MNT/lnk: trusted.name2: No such attribute
> +SCRATCH_MNT/lnk: trusted.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
>  *** final list (strings, type=lnk, nsp=trusted)
>  # file: SCRATCH_MNT/lnk
>  trusted.name=0xbabe
> @@ -394,7 +394,7 @@ trusted.name2
>  trusted.name2=0xcafe
>  
>  *** remove attribute
> -SCRATCH_MNT/dev/b: trusted.name2: No such attribute
> +SCRATCH_MNT/dev/b: trusted.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
>  *** final list (strings, type=dev/b, nsp=trusted)
>  # file: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/b
>  trusted.name=0xbabe
> @@ -441,7 +441,7 @@ trusted.name2
>  trusted.name2=0xcafe
>  
>  *** remove attribute
> -SCRATCH_MNT/dev/c: trusted.name2: No such attribute
> +SCRATCH_MNT/dev/c: trusted.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
>  *** final list (strings, type=dev/c, nsp=trusted)
>  # file: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/c
>  trusted.name=0xbabe
> @@ -488,7 +488,7 @@ trusted.name2
>  trusted.name2=0xcafe
>  
>  *** remove attribute
> -SCRATCH_MNT/dev/p: trusted.name2: No such attribute
> +SCRATCH_MNT/dev/p: trusted.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
>  *** final list (strings, type=dev/p, nsp=trusted)
>  # file: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/p
>  trusted.name=0xbabe

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Patch

diff --git a/062 b/062
index 5cb6f92..df29e7a 100755
--- a/062
+++ b/062
@@ -84,6 +84,12 @@  _scratch_mkfs_xfs | _filter_mkfs 2>$tmp.mkfs
 _scratch_mount || _fail "mount failed"
 _create_test_bed
 
+# In kernels before 3.0.0, getxattr() returns -EPERM for an attribute which
+# cannot exist.  Later kernels return -ENODATA.
+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"
 else
@@ -119,15 +125,15 @@  for nsp in $ATTR_MODES; do
 		
 		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
+		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
+		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
+		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
diff --git a/062.out b/062.out
index 73fd628..5e3f5d9 100644
--- a/062.out
+++ b/062.out
@@ -55,7 +55,7 @@  user.name2
 user.name2=0xcafe
 
 *** remove attribute
-SCRATCH_MNT/reg: user.name2: No such attribute
+SCRATCH_MNT/reg: user.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
 *** final list (strings, type=reg, nsp=user)
 # file: SCRATCH_MNT/reg
 user.name=0xbabe
@@ -102,7 +102,7 @@  user.name2
 user.name2=0xcafe
 
 *** remove attribute
-SCRATCH_MNT/dir: user.name2: No such attribute
+SCRATCH_MNT/dir: user.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
 *** final list (strings, type=dir, nsp=user)
 # file: SCRATCH_MNT/dir
 user.name=0xbabe
@@ -125,13 +125,13 @@  setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/lnk: Operation not permitted
 setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/lnk: Operation not permitted
 *** set an empty value for second attribute
 setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/lnk: Operation not permitted
-SCRATCH_MNT/lnk: user.name2: Operation not permitted
+SCRATCH_MNT/lnk: user.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
 *** overwrite empty value
 setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/lnk: Operation not permitted
-SCRATCH_MNT/lnk: user.name2: Operation not permitted
+SCRATCH_MNT/lnk: user.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
 *** remove attribute
 setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/lnk: Operation not permitted
-SCRATCH_MNT/lnk: user.name2: Operation not permitted
+SCRATCH_MNT/lnk: user.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
 *** final list (strings, type=lnk, nsp=user)
 
 === TYPE dev/b; NAMESPACE user
@@ -150,13 +150,13 @@  setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/b: Operation not permitted
 setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/b: Operation not permitted
 *** set an empty value for second attribute
 setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/b: Operation not permitted
-SCRATCH_MNT/dev/b: user.name2: Operation not permitted
+SCRATCH_MNT/dev/b: user.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
 *** overwrite empty value
 setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/b: Operation not permitted
-SCRATCH_MNT/dev/b: user.name2: Operation not permitted
+SCRATCH_MNT/dev/b: user.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
 *** remove attribute
 setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/b: Operation not permitted
-SCRATCH_MNT/dev/b: user.name2: Operation not permitted
+SCRATCH_MNT/dev/b: user.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
 *** final list (strings, type=dev/b, nsp=user)
 
 === TYPE dev/c; NAMESPACE user
@@ -175,13 +175,13 @@  setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/c: Operation not permitted
 setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/c: Operation not permitted
 *** set an empty value for second attribute
 setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/c: Operation not permitted
-SCRATCH_MNT/dev/c: user.name2: Operation not permitted
+SCRATCH_MNT/dev/c: user.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
 *** overwrite empty value
 setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/c: Operation not permitted
-SCRATCH_MNT/dev/c: user.name2: Operation not permitted
+SCRATCH_MNT/dev/c: user.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
 *** remove attribute
 setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/c: Operation not permitted
-SCRATCH_MNT/dev/c: user.name2: Operation not permitted
+SCRATCH_MNT/dev/c: user.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
 *** final list (strings, type=dev/c, nsp=user)
 
 === TYPE dev/p; NAMESPACE user
@@ -200,13 +200,13 @@  setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/p: Operation not permitted
 setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/p: Operation not permitted
 *** set an empty value for second attribute
 setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/p: Operation not permitted
-SCRATCH_MNT/dev/p: user.name2: Operation not permitted
+SCRATCH_MNT/dev/p: user.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
 *** overwrite empty value
 setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/p: Operation not permitted
-SCRATCH_MNT/dev/p: user.name2: Operation not permitted
+SCRATCH_MNT/dev/p: user.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
 *** remove attribute
 setfattr: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/p: Operation not permitted
-SCRATCH_MNT/dev/p: user.name2: Operation not permitted
+SCRATCH_MNT/dev/p: user.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
 *** final list (strings, type=dev/p, nsp=user)
 
 === TYPE reg; NAMESPACE trusted
@@ -249,7 +249,7 @@  trusted.name2
 trusted.name2=0xcafe
 
 *** remove attribute
-SCRATCH_MNT/reg: trusted.name2: No such attribute
+SCRATCH_MNT/reg: trusted.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
 *** final list (strings, type=reg, nsp=trusted)
 # file: SCRATCH_MNT/reg
 trusted.name=0xbabe
@@ -298,7 +298,7 @@  trusted.name2
 trusted.name2=0xcafe
 
 *** remove attribute
-SCRATCH_MNT/dir: trusted.name2: No such attribute
+SCRATCH_MNT/dir: trusted.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
 *** final list (strings, type=dir, nsp=trusted)
 # file: SCRATCH_MNT/dir
 trusted.name=0xbabe
@@ -347,7 +347,7 @@  trusted.name2
 trusted.name2=0xcafe
 
 *** remove attribute
-SCRATCH_MNT/lnk: trusted.name2: No such attribute
+SCRATCH_MNT/lnk: trusted.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
 *** final list (strings, type=lnk, nsp=trusted)
 # file: SCRATCH_MNT/lnk
 trusted.name=0xbabe
@@ -394,7 +394,7 @@  trusted.name2
 trusted.name2=0xcafe
 
 *** remove attribute
-SCRATCH_MNT/dev/b: trusted.name2: No such attribute
+SCRATCH_MNT/dev/b: trusted.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
 *** final list (strings, type=dev/b, nsp=trusted)
 # file: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/b
 trusted.name=0xbabe
@@ -441,7 +441,7 @@  trusted.name2
 trusted.name2=0xcafe
 
 *** remove attribute
-SCRATCH_MNT/dev/c: trusted.name2: No such attribute
+SCRATCH_MNT/dev/c: trusted.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
 *** final list (strings, type=dev/c, nsp=trusted)
 # file: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/c
 trusted.name=0xbabe
@@ -488,7 +488,7 @@  trusted.name2
 trusted.name2=0xcafe
 
 *** remove attribute
-SCRATCH_MNT/dev/p: trusted.name2: No such attribute
+SCRATCH_MNT/dev/p: trusted.name2: No such attribute or operation not permitted
 *** final list (strings, type=dev/p, nsp=trusted)
 # file: SCRATCH_MNT/dev/p
 trusted.name=0xbabe