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Feb 17, 2011
The ZFS port on Linux behaves just like ext3 for certain tests. This really has the most to do with Linux VFS and not the ZFS backend implementation. Since we expect ext3-like behavior due to the VFS add a Linux:ZFS case to ensure these are not marked as failures.
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$FreeBSD: src/tools/regression/fstest/README,v 1.1 2007/01/28 00:10:28 pjd Exp $ Few notes on how to use fstest in short steps: # cd fstest # vi tests/conf Change 'fs' to file system type you want to test. These can be: UFS, ZFS, ext3, ntfs-3g and xfs. # vi Makefile You may need to manually tweak few things by editing CFLAGS lines at the top of the file. # make It will compile fstest utility which is used by regression tests. # cd /path/to/file/system/you/want/to/test/ The test must be run as root user. # prove -r /path/to/fstest/ That's all. Enjoy. Currently supported operating systems: FreeBSD, Solaris, Linux. Currently supported file system types: UFS, ZFS, ext3, ntfs-3g, xfs. Author: Pawel Jakub Dawidek <pjd@FreeBSD.org> Linux port: Jean-Pierre Andre <email@example.com> Szabolcs Szakacsits <firstname.lastname@example.org>