How to use _view_job_url method in autotest

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...404 new_row = [getattr(template, field) for field in cls._fields]405 clone = cls(row=new_row, new_record=True)406 = None407 return clone408 def _view_job_url(self):409 return "%s#tab_id=view_job&object_id=%s" % (_base_url, def get_labels(self):411 """412 Get all labels associated with this host queue entry (either via the413 meta_host or as a job dependency label). The labels yielded are not414 guaranteed to be unique.415 @yields Label instances associated with this host_queue_entry.416 """417 if self.meta_host:418 yield Label(id=self.meta_host, always_query=False)419 labels = Label.fetch(420 joins="JOIN afe_jobs_dependency_labels AS deps "421 "ON ( = deps.label_id)",422 where="deps.job_id = %d" % for label in labels:424 yield label425 def set_host(self, host):426 if host:427'Assigning host %s to entry %s', host.hostname, self)428 self.queue_log_record('Assigning host ' + host.hostname)429 self.update_field('host_id', self.block_host( else:432'Releasing host from %s', self)433 self.queue_log_record('Releasing host')434 self.unblock_host( self.update_field('host_id', None)436 = host437 def queue_log_record(self, log_line):438 now = str( _drone_manager.write_lines_to_file(self.queue_log_path,440 [now + ' ' + log_line])441 def block_host(self, host_id):442"creating block %s/%s",, host_id)443 row = [0,, host_id]444 block = IneligibleHostQueue(row=row, new_record=True)445 def unblock_host(self, host_id):447"removing block %s/%s",, host_id)448 blocks = IneligibleHostQueue.fetch(449 'job_id=%d and host_id=%d' % (, host_id))450 for block in blocks:451 block.delete()452 def set_execution_subdir(self, subdir=None):453 if subdir is None:454 assert self.host455 subdir = self.update_field('execution_subdir', subdir)457 def _get_hostname(self):458 if return return 'no host'461 def __str__(self):462 flags = []463 if flags.append('active')465 if self.complete:466 flags.append('complete')467 if self.deleted:468 flags.append('deleted')469 if self.aborted:470 flags.append('aborted')471 flags_str = ','.join(flags)472 if flags_str:473 flags_str = ' [%s]' % flags_str474 return "%s/%d (%d) %s%s" % (self._get_hostname(),,,475 self.status, flags_str)476 def set_status(self, status):477"%s -> %s", self, status)478 self.update_field('status', status)479 active = (status in models.HostQueueEntry.ACTIVE_STATUSES)480 complete = (status in models.HostQueueEntry.COMPLETE_STATUSES)481 assert not (active and complete)482 self.update_field('active', active)483 self.update_field('complete', complete)484 should_email_status = (status.lower() in _notify_email_statuses or485 'all' in _notify_email_statuses)486 should_email_admin_status = (status.lower() in487 _notify_admin_email_statuses or488 'all' in _notify_admin_email_statuses)489 if complete:490 self._on_complete(status)491 self._email_on_job_complete(should_email_admin_status)492 if should_email_status:493 self._email_on_status(status)494 if should_email_admin_status:495 self._email_admin_on_status(status)496 def _on_complete(self, status):497 if status is not models.HostQueueEntry.Status.ABORTED:498 self.job.stop_if_necessary()499 if not self.execution_subdir:500 return501 # unregister any possible pidfiles associated with this queue entry502 for pidfile_name in drone_manager.ALL_PIDFILE_NAMES:503 pidfile_id = _drone_manager.get_pidfile_id_from(504 self.execution_path(), pidfile_name=pidfile_name)505 _drone_manager.unregister_pidfile(pidfile_id)506 def _get_status_email_contents(self, status, summary=None, hostname=None):507 """508 Gather info for the status notification e-mails.509 If needed, we could start using the Django templating engine to create510 the subject and the e-mail body, but that doesn't seem necessary right511 now.512 :param status: Job status text. Mandatory.513 :param summary: Job summary text. Optional.514 :param hostname: A hostname for the job. Optional.515 :return: Tuple (subject, body) for the notification e-mail.516 """517 job_stats = Job( subject = 'Autotest #%s' % self.job.id519 if hostname is not None:520 subject += ' | %s on %s' % (, hostname)521 else:522 subject += ' | %s' % self.job.name523 status = status.split()[-1]524 if status == "Completed":525 subject += ' | success: %.2f%%' % job_stats['success_rate']526 else:527 subject += ' | %s' % status528 body = ""529 if int(job_stats['total_executed']) > 0:530 body += ("run: %s | pass: %s | skip: %s | fail: %s" %531 (job_stats['total_executed'], job_stats['total_passed'],532 job_stats['total_skipped'], job_stats['total_failed']))533 e_time = job_stats['execution_time']534 if e_time not in ['(could not determine)', '(none)']:535 body += " | runtime: %s" % e_time536 if status == "Completed":537 body += " | success: %.2f%%" % job_stats['success_rate']538 else:539 body += "\n[Warning] Job status: %s" % status540 body += "\n%s\n\n" % self._view_job_url()541 body += job_stats['fail_detail']542 body += job_stats['warn_detail']543 body += job_stats['skip_detail']544 body += job_stats['pass_detail']545 keyval_list = job_stats['keyval_dict_list']546 if keyval_list:547 for kv in keyval_list:548 k, v = kv.items()[0]549 body += "%s:\n" % k550 for part in v.split():551 body += " %s\n" % part552 body += "\n"553 if hostname is not None:554 body += "Job was run on host %s\n" % hostname555 body += ("For more details, check the full report on the web:\n%s\n" %556 self._view_job_url())557 return subject, body558 def _email_on_status(self, status):559 hostname = self._get_hostname()560 subject, body = self._get_status_email_contents(status, None, hostname)561 mail.manager.send(self.job.email_list, subject, body)562 def _email_admin_on_status(self, status):563 hostname = self._get_hostname()564 subject, body = self._get_status_email_contents(status, None, hostname)565 mail.manager.send(_grid_admin_email, subject, body)566 def _email_on_job_complete(self, email_admin=False):567 if not self.job.is_finished():568 return569 summary = []570 hosts_queue = HostQueueEntry.fetch('job_id = %s' %

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