How to use _get_sysinfodir method in autotest

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...117'gzip -9 "%s"' % logf_path, ignore_status=True,118 verbose=False)119class base_sysinfo(object):120 def __init__(self, job_resultsdir):121 self.sysinfodir = self._get_sysinfodir(job_resultsdir)122 # pull in the post-test logs to collect123 self.test_loggables = set()124 for cmd in _DEFAULT_COMMANDS_TO_LOG_PER_TEST:125 self.test_loggables.add(command(cmd))126 for filename in _DEFAULT_FILES_TO_LOG_PER_TEST:127 self.test_loggables.add(logfile(filename))128 # pull in the EXTRA post-boot logs to collect129 self.boot_loggables = set()130 for cmd in _DEFAULT_COMMANDS_TO_LOG_PER_BOOT:131 self.boot_loggables.add(command(cmd))132 for filename in _DEFAULT_FILES_TO_LOG_PER_BOOT:133 self.boot_loggables.add(logfile(filename))134 # pull in the pre test iteration logs to collect135 self.before_iteration_loggables = set()136 for cmd in _DEFAULT_COMMANDS_TO_LOG_BEFORE_ITERATION:137 self.before_iteration_loggables.add(138 command(cmd, logf=cmd.replace(" ", "_") + '.before'))139 for fname in _DEFAULT_FILES_TO_LOG_BEFORE_ITERATION:140 self.before_iteration_loggables.add(141 logfile(fname, logf=os.path.basename(fname) + '.before'))142 # pull in the post test iteration logs to collect143 self.after_iteration_loggables = set()144 for cmd in _DEFAULT_COMMANDS_TO_LOG_AFTER_ITERATION:145 self.after_iteration_loggables.add(146 command(cmd, logf=cmd.replace(" ", "_") + '.after'))147 for fname in _DEFAULT_FILES_TO_LOG_AFTER_ITERATION:148 self.after_iteration_loggables.add(149 logfile(fname, logf=os.path.basename(fname) + '.after'))150 # add in a couple of extra files and commands we want to grab151 self.test_loggables.add(command("df -mP", logf="df"))152 # We compress the dmesg because it can get large when kernels are153 # configured with a large buffer and some tests trigger OOMs or154 # other large "spam" that fill it up...155 self.test_loggables.add(command("dmesg -c", logf="dmesg",156 compress_log=True))157 self.boot_loggables.add(logfile("/proc/cmdline",158 log_in_keyval=True))159 # log /proc/mounts but with custom filename since we already160 # log the output of the "mount" command as the filename "mount"161 self.boot_loggables.add(logfile('/proc/mounts', logf='proc_mounts'))162 self.boot_loggables.add(command("uname -a", logf="uname",163 log_in_keyval=True))164 = software_manager.SoftwareManager()165 def __getstate__(self):166 ret = dict(self.__dict__)167 ret["sm"] = None168 return ret169 def serialize(self):170 return {"boot": self.boot_loggables, "test": self.test_loggables}171 def deserialize(self, serialized):172 self.boot_loggables = serialized["boot"]173 self.test_loggables = serialized["test"]174 @staticmethod175 def _get_sysinfodir(resultsdir):176 sysinfodir = os.path.join(resultsdir, "sysinfo")177 if not os.path.exists(sysinfodir):178 os.makedirs(sysinfodir)179 return sysinfodir180 def _get_reboot_count(self):181 if not glob.glob(os.path.join(self.sysinfodir, "*")):182 return -1183 else:184 return len(glob.glob(os.path.join(self.sysinfodir, "boot.*")))185 def _get_boot_subdir(self, next=False):186 reboot_count = self._get_reboot_count()187 if next:188 reboot_count += 1189 if reboot_count < 1:190 return self.sysinfodir191 else:192 boot_dir = "boot.%d" % (reboot_count - 1)193 return os.path.join(self.sysinfodir, boot_dir)194 def _get_iteration_subdir(self, test, iteration):195 iter_dir = "iteration.%d" % iteration196 logdir = os.path.join(self._get_sysinfodir(test.outputdir), iter_dir)197 if not os.path.exists(logdir):198 os.mkdir(logdir)199 return logdir200 @log.log_and_ignore_errors("post-reboot sysinfo error:")201 def log_per_reboot_data(self):202 """ Logging hook called whenever a job starts, and again after203 any reboot. """204 logdir = self._get_boot_subdir(next=True)205 if not os.path.exists(logdir):206 os.mkdir(logdir)207 for log in (self.test_loggables | self.boot_loggables):208 if _LOG_INSTALLED_PACKAGES:210 # also log any installed packages211 installed_path = os.path.join(logdir, "installed_packages")212 installed_packages = "\n".join( + "\n"213 utils.open_write_close(installed_path, installed_packages)214 @log.log_and_ignore_errors("pre-test sysinfo error:")215 def log_before_each_test(self, test):216 """ Logging hook called before a test starts. """217 if _LOG_INSTALLED_PACKAGES:218 self._installed_packages = # Also log the list of installed packaged before each test starts220 test_sysinfodir = self._get_sysinfodir(test.outputdir)221 installed_path = os.path.join(test_sysinfodir, "installed_packages")222 installed_packages = "\n".join(self._installed_packages)223 utils.open_write_close(installed_path, installed_packages)224 if os.path.exists("/var/log/messages"):225 stat = os.stat("/var/log/messages")226 self._messages_size = stat.st_size227 self._messages_inode = stat.st_ino228 elif os.path.exists("/var/log/syslog"):229 stat = os.stat("/var/log/syslog")230 self._messages_size = stat.st_size231 self._messages_inode = stat.st_ino232 @log.log_and_ignore_errors("post-test sysinfo error:")233 def log_after_each_test(self, test):234 """ Logging hook called after a test finishs. """235 test_sysinfodir = self._get_sysinfodir(test.outputdir)236 # create a symlink in the test sysinfo dir to the current boot237 reboot_dir = self._get_boot_subdir()238 assert os.path.exists(reboot_dir)239 symlink_dest = os.path.join(test_sysinfodir, "reboot_current")240 symlink_src = utils.get_relative_path(reboot_dir,241 os.path.dirname(symlink_dest))242 try:243 os.symlink(symlink_src, symlink_dest)244 except Exception as e:245 raise Exception('%s: whilst linking %s to %s' % (e, symlink_src,246 symlink_dest))247 # run all the standard logging commands248 for log in self.test_loggables:249

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