chmod-option.test   [plain text]


#! /bin/sh

# Copyright (C) 2002 by Martin Pool <mbp@samba.org>

# This program is distributable under the terms of the GNU GPL (see
# COPYING).

# Test that the --chmod option functions correctly.

. $srcdir/testsuite/rsync.fns

# Build some files

fromdir="$scratchdir/from"
todir="$scratchdir/to"
checkdir="$scratchdir/check"

mkdir "$fromdir"
name1="$fromdir/name1"
name2="$fromdir/name2"
dir1="$fromdir/dir1"
dir2="$fromdir/dir2"
echo "This is the file" > "$name1"
echo "This is the other file" > "$name2"
mkdir "$dir1" "$dir2"

chmod 4700 "$name1" || test_skipped "Can't chmod"
chmod 700 "$dir1"
chmod 770 "$dir2"

# Copy the files we've created over to another directory
checkit "$RSYNC -avv \"$fromdir/\" \"$checkdir/\"" "$fromdir" "$checkdir"

# And then manually make the changes which should occur 
umask 002
chmod ug-s,a+rX "$checkdir"/*
chmod +w "$checkdir" "$checkdir"/dir*

checkit "$RSYNC -avv --chmod ug-s,a+rX,D+w \"$fromdir/\" \"$todir/\"" "$checkdir" "$todir"

rm -r "$fromdir" "$checkdir" "$todir"
makepath "$todir"
makepath "$fromdir/foo"
touch "$fromdir/bar"

checkit "$RSYNC -avv \"$fromdir/\" \"$checkdir/\"" "$fromdir" "$checkdir"
chmod o+x "$fromdir"/bar

checkit "$RSYNC -avv --chmod=Fo-x \"$fromdir/\" \"$todir/\"" "$checkdir" "$todir"

# Tickle a bug in rsync 2.6.8: if you push a new directory with --perms off to
# a daemon with an incoming chmod, the daemon pretends the directory is a file
# for the purposes of the second application of the incoming chmod.

build_rsyncd_conf
cat >>"$scratchdir/test-rsyncd.conf" <<EOF
[test-incoming-chmod]
	path = $todir
	read only = no
	incoming chmod = Fo-x
EOF

RSYNC_CONNECT_PROG="$RSYNC --config=$conf --daemon"
export RSYNC_CONNECT_PROG

rm -r "$todir"
makepath "$todir"

checkit "$RSYNC -rtvv \"$fromdir/\" localhost::test-incoming-chmod/" "$checkdir" "$todir"

# The script would have aborted on error, so getting here means we've won.
exit 0