How to use _get_hostname method in autotest

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...41def test_get_hostname_does_not_match(patched_logger_critical, _instance):42 _instance._config.command_args = {"host": "invalid"}43 hosts = ["instance-1"]44 with pytest.raises(SystemExit) as e:45 _instance._get_hostname(hosts)46 assert 1 == e.value.code47 msg = (48 "There are no hosts that match 'invalid'. You "49 "can only login to valid hosts."50 )51 patched_logger_critical.assert_called_once_with(msg)52def test_get_hostname_exact_match_with_one_host(_instance):53 _instance._config.command_args = {"host": "instance-1"}54 hosts = ["instance-1"]55 assert "instance-1" == _instance._get_hostname(hosts)56def test_get_hostname_partial_match_with_one_host(_instance):57 _instance._config.command_args = {"host": "inst"}58 hosts = ["instance-1"]59 assert "instance-1" == _instance._get_hostname(hosts)60def test_get_hostname_exact_match_with_multiple_hosts(_instance):61 _instance._config.command_args = {"host": "instance-1"}62 hosts = ["instance-1", "instance-2"]63 assert "instance-1" == _instance._get_hostname(hosts)64def test_get_hostname_partial_match_with_multiple_hosts(_instance):65 _instance._config.command_args = {"host": "foo"}66 hosts = ["foo", "fooo"]67 assert "foo" == _instance._get_hostname(hosts)68def test_get_hostname_partial_match_with_multiple_hosts_raises(69 patched_logger_critical, _instance70):71 _instance._config.command_args = {"host": "inst"}72 hosts = ["instance-1", "instance-2"]73 with pytest.raises(SystemExit) as e:74 _instance._get_hostname(hosts)75 assert 1 == e.value.code76 msg = (77 "There are 2 hosts that match 'inst'. "78 "You can only login to one at a time.\n\n"79 "Available hosts:\n"80 "instance-1\n"81 "instance-2"82 )83 patched_logger_critical.assert_called_once_with(msg)84def test_get_hostname_no_host_flag_specified_on_cli(_instance):85 _instance._config.command_args = {}86 hosts = ["instance-1"]87 _instance._get_hostname(hosts)88 assert "instance-1" == _instance._get_hostname(hosts)89def test_get_hostname_no_host_flag_specified_on_cli_with_multiple_hosts_raises(90 patched_logger_critical, _instance91):92 _instance._config.command_args = {}93 hosts = ["instance-1", "instance-2"]94 with pytest.raises(SystemExit) as e:95 _instance._get_hostname(hosts)96 assert 1 == e.value.code97 msg = (98 "There are 2 running hosts. Please specify "99 "which with --host.\n\n"100 "Available hosts:\n"101 "instance-1\n"102 "instance-2"103 )...

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