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1 files changed, 11 insertions, 15 deletions
diff --git a/tests/sys/kern/coredump_phnum_test.sh b/tests/sys/kern/coredump_phnum_test.sh
index c801030d88b3..9ed3c7a34e65 100755
--- a/tests/sys/kern/coredump_phnum_test.sh
+++ b/tests/sys/kern/coredump_phnum_test.sh
@@ -46,7 +46,6 @@ coredump_phnum_body()
sysctl kern.coredump=$(sysctl -n kern.coredump)
sysctl kern.corefile='$(sysctl -n kern.corefile)'
EOF
- chmod +x coredump_phnum_restore_state.sh
ulimit -c unlimited
sysctl kern.coredump=1
@@ -56,30 +55,27 @@ EOF
# Check that core looks good
if [ ! -f coredump_phnum_helper.core ]; then
- atf_fail "Helper program did not dump core"
+ atf_fail "Helper program did not dump core"
fi
# These magic numbers don't have any real significance. They are just
# the result of running the helper program and dumping core. The only
# important bit is that they're larger than 65535 (UINT16_MAX).
- readelf -h coredump_phnum_helper.core | \
- atf_check -o "match:65535 \(66[0-9]{3}\)" \
- grep "Number of program headers:"
- readelf -l coredump_phnum_helper.core | \
- atf_check -o "match:There are 66[0-9]{3} program headers" \
- grep -1 "program headers"
- readelf -S coredump_phnum_helper.core | \
- atf_check -o "match: 0000000000000001 .* 66[0-9]{3} " \
- grep -A1 "^ \[ 0\] "
+ atf_check -o "match:65535 \(66[0-9]{3}\)" \
+ -x 'readelf -h coredump_phnum_helper.core | grep "Number of program headers:"'
+ atf_check -o "match:There are 66[0-9]{3} program headers" \
+ -x 'readelf -l coredump_phnum_helper.core | grep -1 "program headers"'
+ atf_check -o "match: 0000000000000001 .* 66[0-9]{3} " \
+ -x 'readelf -S coredump_phnum_helper.core | grep -A1 "^ \[ 0\] "'
- procstat -v coredump_phnum_helper.core | \
- atf_check -o "match:66[0-9]{3}" wc -l
+ atf_check -o "match:66[0-9]{3}" \
+ -x 'procstat -v coredump_phnum_helper.core | wc -l'
}
coredump_phnum_cleanup()
{
rm -f coredump_phnum_helper.core
- if [ -x coredump_phnum_restore_state.sh ]; then
- ./coredump_phnum_restore_state.sh
+ if [ -f coredump_phnum_restore_state.sh ]; then
+ . ./coredump_phnum_restore_state.sh
fi
rm -f coredump_phnum_restore_state.sh
}