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#!/bin/sh
# run upstream system integration tests
# Author: Martin Pitt <martin.pitt@ubuntu.com>
set -e

# even after installing policycoreutils this fails with
# "Failed to install /usr/libexec/selinux/hll/pp"
BLACKLIST="TEST-06-SELINUX"

# modify the image build scripts to install systemd from the debs instead of
# from a "make install" as we don't have a built tree here. Also call
# systemd-nspawn from the system.
sed -i '/make.* install/ s%^.*$%    for p in `grep ^Package: '`pwd`'/debian/control | cut -f2 -d\\  |grep -Ev -- "-(udeb|dev)"`; do (cd /tmp; apt-get download $p \&\& dpkg-deb --fsys-tarfile ${p}[._]*deb | tar -C $initdir --dereference -x); done%; s_../../systemd-nspawn_systemd-nspawn_g' test/test-functions

# FIXME: avoid building the entire tree when running tests
sed -i '/@make.*all/ d' test/TEST*/Makefile

# adjust path
sed -i 's_/usr/libexec/selinux/hll/pp_/usr/lib/selinux/hll/pp_' test/TEST-06-SELINUX/test.sh

for t in test/TEST*; do
    echo "$BLACKLIST" | grep -q "$(basename $t)" && continue
    echo "========== `basename $t` =========="
    rm -rf /var/tmp/systemd-test.*
    if ! make -C $t clean setup run; then
        for j in /var/tmp/systemd-test.*/journal/*; do
            [ -e "$j" ] || continue
            echo "---- $j ----"
            journalctl --directory=$j
        done
        exit 1
    fi
    echo
done