How to use _parse_meta_host_labels method in autotest

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...216 self.parser.add_option('-e', '--email',217 help='A comma separated list of '218 'email addresses to notify of job completion',219 default='')220 def _parse_meta_host_labels(self, label):221 """Parse the label part of the meta_host definition222 if it has a wild card it gets expanded into a list223 of all matching labels, e.g.: 2*label* becomes224 2*label1 2*label2 2*label3225 """226 if label.endswith('*'):227 labels = self.execute_rpc('get_labels',228 name__startswith=label.rstrip('*'))229 if len(labels) == 0:230 self.failure('No labels matching %s' % label, item=label,231 what_failed='Failed to find labels')232 return [l['name'] for l in labels]233 else:234 return [label]235 def _parse_hosts(self, args):236 """ Parses the arguments to generate a list of hosts and meta_hosts237 A host is a regular name, a meta_host is n*label or *label.238 These can be mixed on the CLI, and separated by either commas or239 spaces, e.g.: 5*Machine_Label host0 5*Machine_Label2,host2 """240 hosts = []241 meta_hosts = []242 for arg in args:243 for host in arg.split(','):244 if re.match('^[0-9]+[*]', host):245 num, host = host.split('*', 1)246 meta_hosts += int(num) * self._parse_meta_host_labels(host)247 elif re.match('^[*](\w*)', host):248 meta_hosts += self._parse_meta_host_labels(249 re.match('^[*](\w*)', host).group(1))250 elif host != '' and host not in hosts:251 # Real hostname and not a duplicate252 hosts.append(host)253 return (hosts, meta_hosts)254 def parse(self, parse_info=[]):255 host_info = topic_common.item_parse_info(attribute_name='hosts',256 inline_option='machine',257 filename_option='mlist')258 job_info = topic_common.item_parse_info(attribute_name='jobname',259 use_leftover=True)260 oth_info = topic_common.item_parse_info(attribute_name='one_time_hosts',261 inline_option='one_time_hosts')262 label_info = topic_common.item_parse_info(attribute_name='labels',...

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