How to use aborted_by method in autotest

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1# Copyright 2017 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.2# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be3# found in the LICENSE file.4"""Extra functions for frontend.afe.models.Job objects.5Most of these exist in tightly coupled forms in legacy Autotest code6(e.g., part of methods with completely unrelated names on Task objects7under multiple layers of abstract classes). These are defined here to8sanely reuse without having to commit to a long refactor of legacy code9that is getting deleted soon.10It's not really a good idea to define these on the Job class either;11they are specialized and the Job class already suffers from method12bloat.13"""14from __future__ import absolute_import15from __future__ import division16from __future__ import print_function17import os18import time19import urllib20from lucifer import autotest21from lucifer import results22def is_hostless(job):23 """Return True if the job is hostless.24 @param job: frontend.afe.models.Job instance25 """26 return not hostnames(job)27def hostnames(job):28 """Return a list of hostnames for a job.29 @param job: frontend.afe.models.Job instance30 """31 hqes = job.hostqueueentry_set.all().prefetch_related('host')32 return [ for hqe in hqes if is not None]33def is_aborted(job):34 """Return if the job is aborted.35 (This means the job is marked for abortion; the job can still be36 running.)37 @param job: frontend.afe.models.Job instance38 """39 return job.hostqueueentry_set.filter(aborted=True).exists()40def is_server_job(job):41 """Return whether the job is a server job.42 @param job: frontend.afe.models.Job instance43 """44 return not is_client_job(job)45def is_client_job(job):46 """Return whether the job is a client job.47 If the job is not a client job, it is a server job.48 (In theory a job can be neither. I have no idea what you should do49 in that case.)50 @param job: frontend.afe.models.Job instance51 """52 CONTROL_TYPE = autotest.load('client.common_lib.control_data').CONTROL_TYPE53 return CONTROL_TYPE.get_value(job.control_type) == CONTROL_TYPE.CLIENT54def needs_ssp(job):55 """Return whether the job needs SSP.56 This also looks up the config for jobs that do not have a value57 specified.58 @param job: frontend.afe.models.Job instance59 """60 return (_ssp_enabled()61 and is_server_job(job)62 # None is the same as True.63 and job.require_ssp != False)64def _ssp_enabled():65 """Return whether SSP is enabled in the config."""66 global_config = autotest.load('client.common_lib.global_config')67 return global_config.global_config.get_config_value(68 'AUTOSERV', 'enable_ssp_container', type=bool,69 default=True)70def control_file_path(workdir):71 """Path to control file for a job.72 This makes more sense in the old Autotest drone world. The73 scheduler has to copy the control file to the drone. It goes to a74 temporary path `drone_tmp/attach.N`.75 The drone is then able to run `autoserv <args> drone_tmp/attach.N`.76 But in the Lucifer world, we are already running on the drone, so we77 don't need to rendezvous with a temporary directory through78 drone_manager first.79 So pick an arbitrary filename to plop into the workdir. autoserv80 will later copy this back to the standard control/control.srv.81 """82 return os.path.join(workdir, 'lucifer', 'control_attach')83def prepare_control_file(job, workdir):84 """Prepare control file for a job."""85 with open(control_file_path(workdir), 'w') as f:86 f.write(job.control_file)87def prepare_keyvals_files(job, workdir):88 """Prepare Autotest keyvals files for a job."""89 keyvals = job.keyval_dict()90 keyvals['job_queued'] = \91 int(time.mktime(job.created_on.timetuple()))92 results.write_keyvals(workdir, keyvals)93 if is_hostless(job):94 return95 for hqe in job.hostqueueentry_set.all().prefetch_related('host'):96 results.write_host_keyvals(97 workdir,, _host_keyvals( write_aborted_keyvals_and_status(job, workdir):99 """Write the keyvals and status for an aborted job."""100 aborted_by = 'autotest_system'101 aborted_on = int(time.time())102 for hqe in job.hostqueueentry_set.all():103 if not hasattr(hqe, 'abortedhostqueueentry'):104 continue105 ahqe = hqe.abortedhostqueueentry106 aborted_by = ahqe.aborted_by107 aborted_on = int(time.mktime(ahqe.aborted_on.timetuple()))108 break109 results.write_keyvals(workdir, {110 'aborted_by': aborted_by,111 'aborted_on': aborted_on,112 })113 results.write_status_comment(114 workdir, 'Job aborted by %s on %s' % (aborted_by, aborted_on))115def _host_keyvals(host):116 """Return keyvals dict for a host.117 @param host: frontend.afe.models.Host instance118 """119 labels = list(_host_labels(host))120 platform = None121 for label in labels:122 if label.platform:123 platform = label.name124 return {125 'platform': platform,126 'labels': ','.join(urllib.quote( for label in labels),127 }128def _host_labels(host):129 """Return an iterable of labels for a host.130 @param host: frontend.afe.models.Host instance131 """132 if autotest.load('scheduler.scheduler_models').RESPECT_STATIC_LABELS:133 return _host_labels_with_static(host)134 else:135 return host.labels.all()136def _host_labels_with_static(host):137 """Return a generator of labels for a host, respecting static labels.138 @param host: frontend.afe.models.Host instance139 """140 models = autotest.load('frontend.afe.models')141 replaced_label_ids = frozenset(models.ReplacedLabel.objects.all()142 .values_list('label_id', flat=True))143 shadowed_labels = set()144 for label in host.labels.all():145 if in replaced_label_ids:146 shadowed_labels.add( else:148 yield label149 for label in host.static_labels.all():150 if in shadowed_labels:...

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