How to use _write_attached_files method in autotest

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...326 num_processes = self._extract_num_processes(command)327 drone = self._choose_drone_for_execution(num_processes)328"command = %s" % command)329'log file = %s:%s' % (drone.hostname, log_file))330 self._write_attached_files(command, drone)331 drone.queue_call('execute_command', command, working_directory,332 log_file, pidfile_name)333 pidfile_path = self.absolute_path(os.path.join(working_directory,334 pidfile_name))335 pidfile_id = PidfileId(pidfile_path)336 self.register_pidfile(pidfile_id)337 return pidfile_id338 def get_pidfile_id_from(self, execution_tag, pidfile_name):339 path = os.path.join(self.absolute_path(execution_tag), pidfile_name)340 return PidfileId(path)341 def register_pidfile(self, pidfile_id):342 """343 Indicate that the DroneManager should look for the given pidfile when344 refreshing.345 """346 self._pidfile_age[pidfile_id] = 0347 def get_pidfile_contents(self, pidfile_id, use_second_read=False):348 """349 Retrieve a PidfileContents object for the given pidfile_id. If350 use_second_read is True, use results that were read after the processes351 were checked, instead of before.352 """353 self.register_pidfile(pidfile_id)354 if use_second_read:355 pidfile_map = self._pidfiles_second_read356 else:357 pidfile_map = self._pidfiles358 return pidfile_map.get(pidfile_id, PidfileContents())359 def is_process_running(self, process):360 """361 Check if the given process is in the running process list.362 """363 return process in self._process_set364 def get_temporary_path(self, base_name):365 """366 Get a new temporary path guaranteed to be unique across all drones367 for this scheduler execution.368 """369 self._temporary_path_counter += 1370 return os.path.join(drone_utility._TEMPORARY_DIRECTORY,371 '%s.%s' % (base_name, self._temporary_path_counter))372 def absolute_path(self, path):373 return os.path.join(self._results_dir, path)374 def _copy_results_helper(self, process, source_path, destination_path,375 to_results_repository=False):376 full_source = self.absolute_path(source_path)377 full_destination = self.absolute_path(destination_path)378 source_drone = self._get_drone_for_process(process)379 if to_results_repository:380 source_drone.send_file_to(self._results_drone, full_source,381 full_destination, can_fail=True)382 else:383 source_drone.queue_call('copy_file_or_directory', full_source,384 full_destination)385 def copy_to_results_repository(self, process, source_path,386 destination_path=None):387 """388 Copy results from the given process at source_path to destination_path389 in the results repository.390 """391 if destination_path is None:392 destination_path = source_path393 self._copy_results_helper(process, source_path, destination_path,394 to_results_repository=True)395 def copy_results_on_drone(self, process, source_path, destination_path):396 """397 Copy a results directory from one place to another on the drone.398 """399 self._copy_results_helper(process, source_path, destination_path)400 def _write_attached_files(self, command, drone):401 execution_tag = self._extract_execution_tag(' '.join(command))402 attached_files = self._attached_files.pop(execution_tag, {})403 for file_path, contents in attached_files.iteritems():404 drone.queue_call('write_to_file', self.absolute_path(file_path),405 contents)406 def attach_file_to_execution(self, execution_tag, file_contents,407 file_path=None):408 """409 When the process for execution_tag is executed, the given file contents410 will be placed in a file on the drone. Returns the path at which the411 file will be placed.412 """413 if not file_path:414 file_path = self.get_temporary_path('attach')...

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