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Date:	Mon, 11 May 2015 17:37:31 -0400
From:	Eric Whitney <enwlinux@...il.com>
To:	linux-ext4@...r.kernel.org
Cc:	tytso@....edu, dccitaliano@...il.com
Subject: 4.1-rc2 kvm-xfstests regressions for ext3 test config

I've got six new test failures in the ext3 test configuration when
running a 4.1-rc2 kernel on x86_64 with the latest version of
kvm-xfstests.

The new failures include generic/075, generic/091, generic/112,
generic/127, generic/231, and generic/263.  All also fail on ARM
(Pandaboard) when running a 4.1-rc2 kernel on bare metal.

Reverting an -rc2 patch corrects all these failures:
ext4: move check under lock scope to close a race (280227a75b56)

All the failed tests use fsx, all fail when attempting to perform a
COLLAPSE_RANGE, and fsx uses this statement to determine whether a
particular fallocate mode is supported (and then doesn't use it if not):

	if (fallocate(fd, mode, 0, 1) && errno == EOPNOTSUPP)

In -rc1, ext4_fallocate()/extents.c returns EOPNOTSUPP, and in -rc2,
EINVAL.  What's happened is that we no longer immediately fail a
COLLAPSE_RANGE request for a block-mapped file with EOPNOTSUPP.  Instead,
we now first check to see if the COLLAPSE_RANGE request is cluster-aligned
and sized in ext4_collapse_range()/extents.c, and return EINVAL if not.
(There's still a check for block-mapped files, but it's applied later in
ext4_collapse_range().)

I think we'd want to return EOPNOTSUPP first in this case.

Eric



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