How to use execute_on_ids_and_names method in autotest

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...56 job_ids.append(job_id)57 else:58 job_names.append(job_id)59 return (job_ids, job_names)60 def execute_on_ids_and_names(self, op, filters={},61 check_results={'id__in': 'id',62 'name__in': 'id'},63 tag_id='id__in', tag_name='name__in'):64 if not # Want everything66 return super(job_list_stat, self).execute(op=op, filters=filters)67 all_jobs = []68 (job_ids, job_names) = self.__split_jobs_between_ids_names()69 for items, tag in [(job_ids, tag_id),70 (job_names, tag_name)]:71 if items:72 new_filters = filters.copy()73 new_filters[tag] = items74 jobs = super(job_list_stat,75 self).execute(op=op,76 filters=new_filters,77 check_results=check_results)78 all_jobs.extend(jobs)79 return all_jobs80class job_list(job_list_stat):81 """atest job list [<jobs>] [--all] [--running] [--user <username>]"""82 def __init__(self):83 super(job_list, self).__init__()84 self.parser.add_option('-a', '--all', help='List jobs for all '85 'users.', action='store_true', default=False)86 self.parser.add_option('-r', '--running', help='List only running '87 'jobs', action='store_true')88 self.parser.add_option('-u', '--user', help='List jobs for given '89 'user', type='string')90 def parse(self):91 options, leftover = super(job_list, self).parse()92 self.all = options.all93['running'] = options.running94 if options.user:95 if options.all:96 self.invalid_syntax('Only specify --all or --user, not both.')97 else:98['owner'] = options.user99 elif not options.all and not['owner'] = getpass.getuser()101 return options, leftover102 def execute(self):103 return self.execute_on_ids_and_names(op='get_jobs_summary',104 def output(self, results):106 keys = ['id', 'owner', 'name', 'status_counts']107 if self.verbose:108 keys.extend(['priority', 'control_type', 'created_on'])109 self._convert_status(results)110 super(job_list, self).output(results, keys)111class job_stat(job_list_stat):112 """atest job stat <job>"""113 usage_action = 'stat'114 def __init__(self):115 super(job_stat, self).__init__()116 self.parser.add_option('-f', '--control-file',117 help='Display the control file',118 action='store_true', default=False)119 self.parser.add_option('-N', '--list-hosts',120 help='Display only a list of hosts',121 action='store_true')122 self.parser.add_option('-s', '--list-hosts-status',123 help='Display only the hosts in these statuses '124 'for a job.', action='store')125 def parse(self):126 status_list = topic_common.item_parse_info(127 attribute_name='status_list',128 inline_option='list_hosts_status')129 options, leftover = super(job_stat, self).parse([status_list],130 req_items='jobs')131 if not self.invalid_syntax('Must specify at least one job.')133 self.show_control_file = options.control_file134 self.list_hosts = options.list_hosts135 if self.list_hosts and self.status_list:136 self.invalid_syntax('--list-hosts is implicit when using '137 '--list-hosts-status.')138 if len( > 1 and (self.list_hosts or self.status_list):139 self.invalid_syntax('--list-hosts and --list-hosts-status should '140 'only be used on a single job.')141 return options, leftover142 def _merge_results(self, summary, qes):143 hosts_status = {}144 for qe in qes:145 if qe['host']:146 job_id = qe['job']['id']147 hostname = qe['host']['hostname']148 hosts_status.setdefault(job_id,149 {}).setdefault(qe['status'],150 []).append(hostname)151 for job in summary:152 job_id = job['id']153 if hosts_status.has_key(job_id):154 this_job = hosts_status[job_id]155 job['hosts'] = ' '.join(' '.join(host) for host in156 this_job.itervalues())157 host_per_status = ['%s="%s"' %(status, ' '.join(host))158 for status, host in this_job.iteritems()]159 job['hosts_status'] = ', '.join(host_per_status)160 if self.status_list:161 statuses = set(s.lower() for s in self.status_list)162 all_hosts = [s for s in host_per_status if s.split('=',163 1)[0].lower() in statuses]164 job['hosts_selected_status'] = '\n'.join(all_hosts)165 else:166 job['hosts_status'] = ''167 if not job.get('hosts'):168 self.generic_error('Job has unassigned meta-hosts, '169 'try again shortly.')170 return summary171 def execute(self):172 summary = self.execute_on_ids_and_names(op='get_jobs_summary')173 # Get the real hostnames174 qes = self.execute_on_ids_and_names(op='get_host_queue_entries',175 check_results={},176 tag_id='job__in',177 tag_name='job__name__in')178 self._convert_status(summary)179 return self._merge_results(summary, qes)180 def output(self, results):181 if self.list_hosts:182 keys = ['hosts']183 elif self.status_list:184 keys = ['hosts_selected_status']185 elif not self.verbose:186 keys = ['id', 'name', 'priority', 'status_counts', 'hosts_status']187 else:188 keys = ['id', 'name', 'priority', 'status_counts', 'hosts_status',...

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