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# Copyright (C) 2016 Red Hat, Inc. All rights reserved.
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# Exercise snapshot merge also when stacked
. lib/inittest
which mkfs.ext3 || skip
aux target_at_least dm-snapshot-merge 1 0 0 || skip
aux prepare_vg 2 100
snap_and_merge() {
lvcreate -s -n $lv2 -L20 $vg/$lv1 "$dev2"
#dd if=/dev/zero of="$DM_DEV_DIR/$vg/$lv1" bs=1M count=10 conv=fdatasync
mkfs.ext3 "$DM_DEV_DIR/$vg/$lv2"
lvs -a $vg
# keep device open to prevent instant merge
sleep 20 < "$DM_DEV_DIR/$vg/$lv1" &
# initiate background merge
lvconvert -b --merge $vg/$lv2
lvs -a -o+lv_merging,lv_merge_failed $vg
aux delay_dev "$dev1" 0 200 $(get first_extent_sector "$dev1"):
lvchange --refresh $vg/$lv1
dmsetup table
lvs -a -o+lv_merging,lv_merge_failed $vg
sleep 1
check lv_attr_bit state $vg/$lv1 "a"
check lv_attr_bit state $vg/$lv2 "a"
aux error_dev "$dev2" $(get first_extent_sector "$dev2"):
# delay to let snapshot merge 'discover' failing COW device
sleep 1
dmsetup status
lvs -a -o+lv_merging,lv_merge_failed $vg
check lv_attr_bit state $vg/$lv1 "m"
check lv_attr_bit state $vg/$lv2 "m"
# device OK and running in full speed
aux enable_dev "$dev1" "$dev2"
# reactivate so merge can finish
lvchange -an $vg
lvchange -ay $vg
sleep 1
lvs -a -o+lv_merging,lv_merge_failed $vg
check lv_not_exists $vg $lv2
fsck -n "$DM_DEV_DIR/$vg/$lv1"
lvremove -f $vg
# First check merge on plain linear LV
lvcreate -aey -L50 -n $lv1 $vg "$dev1"
# When available check merge of old snapshot with Thin LV being origin
if aux have_thin 1 0 0 ; then
lvcreate -T -L10 -V50 -n $lv1 $vg/pool "$dev1"
# TODO snapshot merge with Mirror, Raid, Cache...
vgremove -f $vg