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# Test creation of thin snapshots using external origin
. lib/inittest
which mkfs.ext2 || skip
which fsck || skip
# Main
aux have_thin 1 3 0 || skip
aux prepare_pvs 2 64
vgcreate $vg -s 64K $(cat DEVICES)
# Newer thin-pool target (>= 1.13) supports unaligned external origin
# But this test is written to test and expect older behavior
aux lvmconf 'global/thin_disabled_features = [ "external_origin_extend" ]'
# Test validation for external origin being multiple of thin pool chunk size
lvcreate -L10M -T $vg/pool192 -c 192k
lvcreate -an -pr -Zn -l1 -n $lv1 $vg
not lvcreate -s $vg/$lv1 --thinpool $vg/pool192
lvcreate -an -pr -Zn -l5 -n $lv2 $vg
not lvcreate -s $vg/$lv2 --thinpool $vg/pool192
lvremove -f $vg
# Prepare pool and external origin with filesystem
lvcreate -L10M -V10M -T $vg/pool --name $lv1
mkfs.ext2 "$DM_DEV_DIR/$vg/$lv1"
lvcreate -L4M -n $lv2 $vg
mkfs.ext2 "$DM_DEV_DIR/$vg/$lv2"
# Fail to create external origin snapshot of rw LV
not lvcreate -s $vg/$lv2 --thinpool $vg/pool
lvchange -p r $vg/$lv2
# Fail to create snapshot of active r LV
# FIXME: kernel update needed
not lvcreate -s $vg/$lv2 --thinpool $vg/pool
# Deactivate LV we want to use as external origin
# once kernel will ensure read-only this condition may go away
lvchange -an $vg/$lv2
lvcreate -s $vg/$lv2 --thinpool $vg/pool
# Fail with --thin and --snapshot
not lvcreate -s $vg/$lv5 --name $vg/$lv7 -T $vg/newpool
# Cannot specify size and thin pool.
# TODO: maybe with --poolsize
invalid lvcreate -s $vg/$lv2 -L10 --thinpool $vg/pool
invalid lvcreate -s -K $vg/$lv2 --name $vg/$lv3 -L20 --chunksize 128 --thinpool $vg/newpool
not lvcreate -s $vg/$lv2 --chunksize 64 --thinpool $vg/pool
not lvcreate -s $vg/$lv2 --zero y --thinpool $vg/pool
not lvcreate -s $vg/$lv2 --poolmetadata $vg/$lv1 --thinpool $vg/pool
# Fail with nonexistent pool
not lvcreate -s $vg/$lv2 --thinpool $vg/newpool
# Create pool and snap
lvcreate -T --name $vg/$lv3 -V10 -L20 --chunksize 128 --thinpool $vg/newpool
lvcreate -s -K $vg/$lv3 --name $vg/$lv4
lvcreate -s -K $vg/$lv2 --name $vg/$lv5 --thinpool $vg/newpool
# Make normal thin snapshot
lvcreate -s -K $vg/$lv5 --name $vg/$lv6
# We do not need to specify thinpool when doing thin snap, but it should work
lvcreate -s -K $vg/$lv5 --name $vg/$lv7 --thinpool $vg/newpool
check inactive $vg $lv2
lvchange -ay $vg/$lv2
lvcreate -s -K $vg/$lv2 --name $vg/$lv8 --thinpool $vg/newpool
lvs -o+chunksize $vg
check active $vg $lv3
check active $vg $lv4
check active $vg $lv5
check active $vg $lv6
check active $vg $lv7
fsck -n "$DM_DEV_DIR/$vg/$lv1"
fsck -n "$DM_DEV_DIR/$vg/$lv7"
vgremove -ff $vg