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To build all of diod's features, you need a few prerequisites:
lua, lua-devel (version 5.1 or better) [on debian/ubuntu liblua5.1-dev]
For /etc/diod.conf config file support.
munge, munge-libs, munge-devel
For MUNGE authentication support.
tcp_wrappers, tcp_wrappers-libs, tcp_wrappers-devel
For TCP wrapper support.
These tests all run the same way:
- Makefile sets up environment and invokes test through ./runtest wrapper.
- ./runtest mounts ./exp.d on ./mnt.d (privately) and runs test script
- output goes to <test>.out
- diod log goes to <test>.diod
- <test>.out is compared wtih <test>.exp
The tests are:
t00 Run bash interactively in 9p mounted directory (not run automatically)
t05 Simple mount/unmount sa
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These are all unit tests that can be run without risk of crashing
the machine they are running on.
These all run the same way:
- Makefile sets up environment and invokes test through ./runtest wrappe
Release Notes for DIOD ver
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