How to use _get_name_of_init method in autotest

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...320 """321 self.commands = command_list322 for command in self.commands:323 setattr(self, command, command_generator(command))324def _get_name_of_init( """326 Internal function to determine what executable is PID 1,327 aka init by checking /proc/1/exe328 :return: executable name for PID 1, aka init329 :rtype: str330 """331 # /proc/1/comm was added in 2.6.33 and is not in RHEL6.x, so use cmdline332 # Non-root can read cmdline333 # return os.path.basename(open("/proc/1/cmdline").read().split(chr(0))[0])334 # readlink /proc/1/exe requires root335 # inspired by output = run("readlink /proc/1/exe").stdout.strip()337 return os.path.basename(output)338def get_name_of_init( """340 Determine what executable is PID 1, aka init by checking /proc/1/exe341 This init detection will only run once and cache the return value.342 :return: executable name for PID 1, aka init343 :rtype: str344 """345 # _init_name is explicitly undefined so that we get the NameError on first access346 # pylint: disable=W0601347 global _init_name348 try:349 return _init_name350 except (NameError, AttributeError):351 _init_name = _get_name_of_init(run)352 return _init_name353class _SpecificServiceManager(object):354 def __init__(self, service_name, service_command_generator, service_result_parser, """356 Create staticmethods that call with the given service_name357 for each command in service_command_generator.358 lldpad = SpecificServiceManager("lldpad",359 auto_create_specific_service_command_generator())360 lldpad.start()361 lldpad.stop()362 :param service_name: init service name or systemd unit name363 :type service_name: str364 :param service_command_generator: a sys_v_init or systemd command generator365 :type service_command_generator: _ServiceCommandGenerator...

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