path: root/tests/bugs/bug-860297.t
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1 files changed, 7 insertions, 81 deletions
diff --git a/tests/bugs/bug-860297.t b/tests/bugs/bug-860297.t
index fa1b1ff28..2a3ca7a7a 100755..100644
--- a/tests/bugs/bug-860297.t
+++ b/tests/bugs/bug-860297.t
@@ -1,87 +1,13 @@
. $(dirname $0)/../include.rc
-function recreate {
- # The rm is necessary so we don't get fooled by leftovers from old runs.
- rm -rf $1 && mkdir -p $1
-function count_bricks {
- local count
- local pid
- count=0
- for pid in /var/lib/glusterd/vols/${1}/run/*pid; do
- if kill -0 $(cat $pid); then
- count=$((count+1))
- fi
- done
- echo $count
TEST glusterd
TEST pidof glusterd
-TEST $CLI volume info;
-## Start and create a volume
-TEST recreate ${B0}/${V0}-0
-TEST recreate ${B0}/${V0}-1
-TEST $CLI volume create $V0 replica 2 $H0:$B0/${V0}-{0,1}
-function volinfo_field()
- local vol=$1;
- local field=$2;
- $CLI volume info $vol | grep "^$field: " | sed 's/.*: //';
-## Verify volume is created
-EXPECT "$V0" volinfo_field $V0 'Volume Name';
-EXPECT 'Created' volinfo_field $V0 'Status';
-## Start volume and verify that all bricks start.
-TEST $CLI volume start $V0;
-EXPECT 'Started' volinfo_field $V0 'Status';
-EXPECT 2 count_bricks $V0
-TEST $CLI volume stop $V0
-# Nuke one of the bricks and make sure it *doesn't* start.
-TEST recreate ${B0}/${V0}-1
-# We can't do the usual TEST/startup thing here because of another bug. If
-# a server fails to start a brick, it won't start any others either. Since
-# all of our bricks in testing are on one server, that means no bricks start
-# and so the volume doesn't start either. Changing the order etc. doesn't
-# help, because the attempted startup order is non-deterministic. Instead,
-# we just don't rely on whether or not the volume starts; the brick count is
-# sufficient for our purposes.
-$CLI volume start $V0;
-EXPECT 1 count_bricks $V0
-# If we can't depend on the volume starting, we can't depend on it stopping
-# either.
-$CLI volume stop $V0
-# Label the recreated brick and make sure it starts now.
-TEST $CLI volume label $V0 ${H0}:${B0}/${V0}-1
-TEST $CLI volume start $V0;
-EXPECT 'Started' volinfo_field $V0 'Status';
-EXPECT 2 count_bricks $V0
-# Make sure we can mount and use the volume.
-TEST glusterfs --volfile-server=$H0 --volfile-id=$V0 $M0
-TEST dd if=/dev/zero of=$M0/block bs=4k count=1
-if [ "$EXIT_EARLY" = "1" ]; then
- exit 0;
-## Finish up
-TEST umount $M0
-TEST $CLI volume stop $V0;
-EXPECT 'Stopped' volinfo_field $V0 'Status';
-TEST $CLI volume delete $V0;
-TEST ! $CLI volume info $V0;
+TEST $CLI volume info
+TEST $CLI volume create $V0 $H0:$B0/brick1
+setfattr -x trusted.glusterfs.volume-id $B0/brick1
+## If Extended attribute trusted.glusterfs.volume-id is not present
+## then volume should not be able to start
+TEST ! $CLI volume start $V0;