How to use get_profiler_log_path method in autotest

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...9 return the remote path where profiler results will be stored.10 """11 return os.path.join(autodir, 'results', 'default', 'profiler_sync',12 'profiling')13def get_profiler_log_path(autodir):14 """15 Given the directory of a profiler client, find the client log path.16 """17 return os.path.join(autodir, 'results', 'default', 'debug', 'client.DEBUG')18class profilers(profiler_manager.profiler_manager):19 def __init__(self, job):20 super(profilers, self).__init__(job)21 self.add_log = {}22 self.start_delay = 023 # maps hostname to (host object, autotest.Autotest object, Autotest24 # install dir), where the host object is the one created specifically25 # for profiling26 self.installed_hosts = {}27 self.current_test = None28 def set_start_delay(self, start_delay):29 self.start_delay = start_delay30 def load_profiler(self, profiler_name, args, dargs):31 newprofiler = profiler.profiler_proxy(profiler_name)32 newprofiler.initialize(*args, **dargs)33 newprofiler.setup(*args, **dargs) # lazy setup is done client-side34 return newprofiler35 def add(self, profiler, *args, **dargs):36 super(profilers, self).add(profiler, *args, **dargs)37 self.add_log[profiler] = (args, dargs)38 def delete(self, profiler):39 super(profilers, self).delete(profiler)40 if profiler in self.add_log:41 del self.add_log[profiler]42 def _install_clients(self):43 """44 Install autotest on any current job hosts.45 """46 in_use_hosts = dict()47 # find hosts in use but not used by us48 for host in self.job.hosts:49 if host.hostname not in self.job.machines:50 # job.hosts include all host instances created on the fly.51 # We only care DUTs in job.machines which are52 # piped in from autoserv -m option.53 continue54 autodir = host.get_autodir()55 if not (autodir and autodir.startswith(PROFILER_TMPDIR)):56 in_use_hosts[host.hostname] = host57 logging.debug('Hosts currently in use: %s', set(in_use_hosts))58 # determine what valid host objects we already have installed59 profiler_hosts = set()60 for host, at, profiler_dir in self.installed_hosts.values():61 if host.path_exists(profiler_dir):62 profiler_hosts.add(host.hostname)63 else:64 # the profiler was wiped out somehow, drop this install65 logging.warning('The profiler client on %s at %s was deleted',66 host.hostname, profiler_dir)67 del self.installed_hosts[host.hostname]68 logging.debug('Hosts with profiler clients already installed: %s',69 profiler_hosts)70 # install autotest on any new hosts in use71 for hostname in set(in_use_hosts) - profiler_hosts:72 host = in_use_hosts[hostname]73 tmp_dir = host.get_tmp_dir(parent=PROFILER_TMPDIR)74 at = autotest.Autotest(host)75 at.install_no_autoserv(autodir=tmp_dir)76 self.installed_hosts[host.hostname] = (host, at, tmp_dir)77 # drop any installs from hosts no longer in job.hosts78 for hostname in profiler_hosts - set(in_use_hosts):79 del self.installed_hosts[hostname]80 def _get_hosts(self, host=None):81 """82 Returns a list of (Host, Autotest, install directory) tuples for hosts83 currently supported by this profiler. The returned Host object is always84 the one created by this profiler, regardless of what's passed in. If85 'host' is not None, all entries not matching that host object are86 filtered out of the list.87 """88 if host is None:89 return self.installed_hosts.values()90 if host.hostname in self.installed_hosts:91 return [self.installed_hosts[host.hostname]]92 return []93 def _get_local_profilers_dir(self, test, hostname):94 in_machine_dir = (95 os.path.basename(test.job.resultdir) in test.job.machines)96 if len(test.job.machines) > 1 and not in_machine_dir:97 local_dir = os.path.join(test.profdir, hostname)98 if not os.path.exists(local_dir):99 os.makedirs(local_dir)100 else:101 local_dir = test.profdir102 return local_dir103 def _get_failure_logs(self, autodir, test, host):104 """105 Collect the client logs from a profiler run and put them in a106 file named failure-*.log.107 """108 try:109 fd, path = tempfile.mkstemp(suffix='.log', prefix='failure-',110 dir=self._get_local_profilers_dir(test, host.hostname))111 os.close(fd)112 host.get_file(get_profiler_log_path(autodir), path)113 # try to collect any partial profiler logs114 self._get_profiler_logs(autodir, test, host)115 except (error.AutotestError, error.AutoservError):116 logging.exception('Profiler failure log collection failed')117 # swallow the exception so that we don't override an existing118 # exception being thrown119 def _get_all_failure_logs(self, test, hosts):120 for host, at, autodir in hosts:121 self._get_failure_logs(autodir, test, host)122 def _get_profiler_logs(self, autodir, test, host):123 results_dir = get_profiler_results_dir(autodir)124 local_dir = self._get_local_profilers_dir(test, host.hostname)125 self.job.remove_client_log(host.hostname, results_dir, local_dir)126 tempdir = tempfile.mkdtemp(dir=self.job.tmpdir)...

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