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    1 #!/bin/ksh -p
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   23 #
   24 # Copyright 2017, loli10K. All rights reserved.
   25 # Copyright (c) 2020 by Delphix. All rights reserved.
   26 #
   27 
   28 . $STF_SUITE/include/libtest.shlib
   29 . $STF_SUITE/tests/functional/cli_root/zpool_add/zpool_add.kshlib
   30 
   31 #
   32 # DESCRIPTION:
   33 #   'zpool add -o ashift=<n> ...' should work with different ashift
   34 #   values.
   35 #
   36 # STRATEGY:
   37 #   1. Create a pool with default values.
   38 #   2. Verify 'zpool add -o ashift=<n>' works with allowed values (9-16).
   39 #   3. Verify setting kernel tunable for file vdevs works correctly.
   40 #   4. Verify 'zpool add -o ashift=<n>' doesn't accept other invalid values.
   41 #
   42 
   43 verify_runnable "global"
   44 
   45 function cleanup
   46 {
   47     log_must set_tunable64 VDEV_FILE_PHYSICAL_ASHIFT $orig_ashift
   48     poolexists $TESTPOOL && destroy_pool $TESTPOOL
   49     rm -f $disk1 $disk2
   50 }
   51 
   52 log_assert "zpool add -o ashift=<n>' works with different ashift values"
   53 log_onexit cleanup
   54 
   55 disk1=$TEST_BASE_DIR/disk1
   56 disk2=$TEST_BASE_DIR/disk2
   57 log_must mkfile $SIZE $disk1
   58 log_must mkfile $SIZE $disk2
   59 
   60 orig_ashift=$(get_tunable VDEV_FILE_PHYSICAL_ASHIFT)
   61 
   62 typeset ashifts=("9" "10" "11" "12" "13" "14" "15" "16")
   63 for ashift in ${ashifts[@]}
   64 do
   65     log_must zpool create $TESTPOOL $disk1
   66     log_must zpool add -o ashift=$ashift $TESTPOOL $disk2
   67     verify_ashift $disk2 $ashift
   68     if [[ $? -ne 0 ]]
   69     then
   70         log_fail "Device was added without setting ashift value to "\
   71             "$ashift"
   72     fi
   73     # clean things for the next run
   74     log_must zpool destroy $TESTPOOL
   75     log_must zpool labelclear $disk1
   76     log_must zpool labelclear $disk2
   77 
   78     #
   79     # Make sure we can also set the ashift using the tunable.
   80     #
   81     log_must zpool create $TESTPOOL $disk1
   82     log_must set_tunable64 VDEV_FILE_PHYSICAL_ASHIFT $ashift
   83     log_must zpool add $TESTPOOL $disk2
   84     verify_ashift $disk2 $ashift
   85     if [[ $? -ne 0 ]]
   86     then
   87         log_fail "Device was added without setting ashift value to "\
   88             "$ashift"
   89     fi
   90     # clean things for the next run
   91     log_must set_tunable64 VDEV_FILE_PHYSICAL_ASHIFT $orig_ashift
   92     log_must zpool destroy $TESTPOOL
   93     log_must zpool labelclear $disk1
   94     log_must zpool labelclear $disk2
   95 done
   96 
   97 typeset badvals=("off" "on" "1" "8" "17" "1b" "ff" "-")
   98 for badval in ${badvals[@]}
   99 do
  100     log_must zpool create $TESTPOOL $disk1
  101     log_mustnot zpool add -o ashift="$badval" $TESTPOOL $disk2
  102     # clean things for the next run
  103     log_must zpool destroy $TESTPOOL
  104     log_must zpool labelclear $disk1
  105     log_mustnot zpool labelclear $disk2
  106 done
  107 
  108 log_pass "zpool add -o ashift=<n>' works with different ashift values"