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Re: bin/48774: quota tests fail with NFS root

The following reply was made to PR bin/48774; it has been noted by GNATS.

From: Martin Husemann <>
Subject: Re: bin/48774: quota tests fail with NFS root
Date: Thu, 1 May 2014 20:34:53 +0200

 BTW: the test just does this, very simple:
  newfs -q user -q group -B be -O 1 -s 4000 -F fsimage
  /usr/tests/fs/ffs/h_ffs_server -b fsimage unix://test
 The h_ffs_server is a simple rump server mounting the given image.
 Then "mount -u -v" is run against it:
   env LD_PRELOAD=/usr/lib/ RUMP_SERVER=unix://test 
RUMPHIJACK=vfs=getvfsstat,blanket=/mnt quota -u -v
 which gives the two error lines complaining about ERANGE:
  quota: /: quota_get (objtype 0): Result too large or too small
  quota: /: quota_get (objtype 1): Result too large or too small
 and then the expected output about the image:
 Disk quotas for user martin (uid 205): 
   Filesystem   blocks    quota    limit   grace   files   quota   limit   grace
         /mnt        0        -        -   7days       1       -       -   7days
 Running mount against the server says:
  env LD_PRELOAD=/usr/lib/ RUMP_SERVER=unix://test 
RUMPHIJACK=vfs=getvfsstat,blanket=/mnt mount
 rumpfs on / type rumpfs (local)
 /diskdev on /mnt type ffs (local, with quotas)
 So is the bug in rumpfs?
 The same test works when the image is on tmpfs but / is on ffs.

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