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# Process this file with autom4te to create testsuite. -*- Autotest -*-

# Test suite for GNU tar.
# Copyright (C) 2005, 2006 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

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# Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA
# 02110-1301, USA.

# Problem: Tar was not able to match directory name if the directory
# member was split between two volumes
# References: Jörg Schilling pretends to have reported this two
# years ago (<42551FF2.nail98011FRAT@burner>).

# Test idea:
# 1. Create a listed-incremental archive of a directory containing
# a cetrain number of zero-length files.
# 2. Using the same snapshot file, create a *multivolume* listed-incremental
# archive. Number of files created in the directory and volume size should
# be selected so that the first volume ends in the midst of the directory
# member. The files are zero-length so that their member records are
# sufficiently small, in order for the entire archive to fit in two volumes.
# 3. Test the created multi-volume archive.

AT_SETUP([split directory members in a MV archive])
AT_KEYWORDS([multivolume multiv incremental multiv04])


mkdir directory
awk 'BEGIN { for (i = 0; i < 1024; i++) printf("directory/%014x\n", i); }' </dev/null | genfile --files-from -

exec <&-

sleep 2

tar --listed-incremental=list -c -f archive.a directory

sleep 2

tar --listed-incremental=list -c --record-size 1024 -L 16 -f arc.1 -f arc.2 -v directory

echo separator

tar -MRt -f arc.1 -f arc.2],
block 0: directory/
block 35: ** Block of NULs **
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