How to use _get_profiler_logs method in autotest

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...110 dir=self._get_local_profilers_dir(test, host.hostname))111 os.close(fd)112 host.get_file(get_profiler_log_path(autodir), path)113 # try to collect any partial profiler logs114 self._get_profiler_logs(autodir, test, host)115 except (error.AutotestError, error.AutoservError):116 logging.exception('Profiler failure log collection failed')117 # swallow the exception so that we don't override an existing118 # exception being thrown119 def _get_all_failure_logs(self, test, hosts):120 for host, at, autodir in hosts:121 self._get_failure_logs(autodir, test, host)122 def _get_profiler_logs(self, autodir, test, host):123 results_dir = get_profiler_results_dir(autodir)124 local_dir = self._get_local_profilers_dir(test, host.hostname)125 self.job.remove_client_log(host.hostname, results_dir, local_dir)126 tempdir = tempfile.mkdtemp(dir=self.job.tmpdir)127 try:128 host.get_file(results_dir + '/', tempdir)129 except error.AutoservRunError:130 pass # no files to pull back, nothing we can do131 utils.merge_trees(tempdir, local_dir)132 shutil.rmtree(tempdir, ignore_errors=True)133 def _run_clients(self, test, hosts):134 """135 We initialize the profilers just before start because only then we136 know all the hosts involved.137 """138 hostnames = [host_info[0].hostname for host_info in hosts]139 profilers_args = [(, p.args, p.dargs)140 for p in self.list]141 for host, at, autodir in hosts:142 control_script = standalone_profiler.generate_test(hostnames,143 host.hostname,144 profilers_args,145 180, None)146 try:147, background=True)148 except Exception:149 self._get_failure_logs(autodir, test, host)150 raise151 remote_results_dir = get_profiler_results_dir(autodir)152 local_results_dir = self._get_local_profilers_dir(test,153 host.hostname)154 self.job.add_client_log(host.hostname, remote_results_dir,155 local_results_dir)156 try:157 # wait for the profilers to be added158 standalone_profiler.wait_for_profilers(hostnames)159 except Exception:160 self._get_all_failure_logs(test, hosts)161 raise162 def before_start(self, test, host=None):163 # create host objects and install the needed clients164 # so later in start() we don't spend too much time165 self._install_clients()166 self._run_clients(test, self._get_hosts(host))167 def start(self, test, host=None):168 hosts = self._get_hosts(host)169 # wait for the profilers to start170 hostnames = [host_info[0].hostname for host_info in hosts]171 try:172 standalone_profiler.start_profilers(hostnames)173 except Exception:174 self._get_all_failure_logs(test, hosts)175 raise176 self.current_test = test177 def stop(self, test):178 assert self.current_test == test179 hosts = self._get_hosts()180 # wait for the profilers to stop181 hostnames = [host_info[0].hostname for host_info in hosts]182 try:183 standalone_profiler.stop_profilers(hostnames)184 except Exception:185 self._get_all_failure_logs(test, hosts)186 raise187 def report(self, test, host=None):188 assert self.current_test == test189 hosts = self._get_hosts(host)190 # when running on specific hosts we cannot wait for the other191 # hosts to sync with us192 if not host:193 hostnames = [host_info[0].hostname for host_info in hosts]194 try:195 standalone_profiler.finish_profilers(hostnames)196 except Exception:197 self._get_all_failure_logs(test, hosts)198 raise199 # pull back all the results200 for host, at, autodir in hosts:201 self._get_profiler_logs(autodir, test, host)202 def handle_reboot(self, host):203 if self.current_test:204 test = self.current_test205 for profiler in self.list:206 if not profiler.supports_reboot:207 msg = 'profiler %s does not support rebooting during tests'208 msg %= profiler.name209 self.job.record('WARN', os.path.basename(test.outputdir),210 None, msg)211, host)212 self.before_start(test, host)...

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