How to use get_mem_status_string method in autotest

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...908 stats.append(thread.idx)909 time.sleep(time_slice)910 _time = time.time() - _time - duration911"\n" + loads.get_cpu_status_string()[:-1])912"\n" + loads.get_mem_status_string()[:-1])913 exit_event.set()914 thread.join()915 # Let the guest read-out all the remaining data916 while not _on_guest("virt.poll('%s', %s)" %917 (, select.POLLIN), vm, 10)[0]:918 time.sleep(1)919 _guest_exit_threads(vm, [port], [])920 if (_time > time_slice):921 logging.error(922 "Test ran %fs longer which is more than one time slice", _time)923 else:924 logging.debug("Test ran %fs longer", _time)925 stats = process_stats(stats[1:], time_slice * 1048576)926 logging.debug("Stats = %s", stats)927"Host -> Guest [MB/s] (min/med/max) = %.3f/%.3f/%.3f",928 stats[0], stats[len(stats) / 2], stats[-1])929 del thread930 # GUEST -> HOST931 exit_event.clear()932 stats = array.array('f', [])933 on_guest("virt.send_loop_init('%s', %d)" % (, buf_len),934 vm, 30)935 thread = ThRecv(port.sock, exit_event, buf_len)936 thread.start()937 loads.start()938 on_guest("virt.send_loop()", vm, 10)939 _time = time.time()940 for i in range(100):941 stats.append(thread.idx)942 time.sleep(time_slice)943 _time = time.time() - _time - duration944"\n" + loads.get_cpu_status_string()[:-1])945"\n" + loads.get_mem_status_string()[:-1])946 on_guest("virt.exit_threads()", vm, 10)947 exit_event.set()948 thread.join()949 if (_time > time_slice): # Deviation is higher than 1 time_slice950 logging.error(951 "Test ran %fs longer which is more than one time slice", _time)952 else:953 logging.debug("Test ran %fs longer", _time)954 stats = process_stats(stats[1:], time_slice * 1048576)955 logging.debug("Stats = %s", stats)956"Guest -> Host [MB/s] (min/med/max) = %.3f/%.3f/%.3f",957 stats[0], stats[len(stats) / 2], stats[-1])958 del thread959 del exit_event...

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