How to use is_pkg_valid method in autotest

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...132 def __init__(self, pkg_record: dict) -> None:133 = pkg_record.get('name')134 self.action = pkg_record.get('action')135 self.command = pkg_record.get('command')136 if self.is_pkg_valid():137 self.is_installed = self.is_pkg_installed()138 self.valid = True139 else:140 self.is_installed = False141 self.valid = False142 def apply(self):143 a = -1144 if not self.is_pkg_valid():145 print(f"{} is invalid")146 elif self.action in ["install", "add"] and not self.is_installed:147 print(f"Installing {} ... : ")148 if not self.is_pkg_installed():149 a = check_call(['apt-get', 'install', '-y',],150 stdout=open(os.devnull, 'wb'), stderr=STDOUT)151 if self.command and a==0:152 for c in self.command.split(';'):153 print(f"Executing {c.split(' ')}")154 a = check_call(c.split(' '),155 stdout=open(os.devnull, 'wb'), stderr=STDOUT)156 if a == 0:157 print("SUCCESS")158 else:159 print("FAILED")160 elif self.action in ["uninstall", "remove"] and self.is_installed:161 if self.is_pkg_installed():162 print(f"{self.action}ing {}... : ", end="")163 a = check_call(['apt-get', 'purge', '-y',],164 stdout=open(os.devnull, 'wb'), stderr=STDOUT)165 if a == 0:166 print("SUCCESS")167 else:168 print("FAILED")169 else:170 return171 print()172 def is_pkg_installed(self):173 devnull = open(os.devnull, "w")174 try:175 retval = ["dpkg", "-s",], stdout=devnull, stderr=subprocess.STDOUT)177 # print(f"ret value for {} {retval}")178 except Exception as e:179 print(e)180 devnull.close()181 if retval != 0:182 return False183 return True184 def is_pkg_valid(self):185 devnull = open(os.devnull, "w")186 try:187 retval = ["apt", "show",], stdout=devnull, stderr=subprocess.STDOUT)189 except Exception as e:190 print(e)191 devnull.close()192 if retval != 0:193 return False194 return True195 def plan(self):196 self.change_required = False197 # print(self.is_installed , self.action)198 print(f"Plan for pkg {self.action}:{} -->")...

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...79 logging.debug('Checking koji packages specification')80 for pkg_spec_text in self.command_line_options.koji_pkg:81 pkg_spec = virt_utils.KojiPkgSpec(pkg_spec_text)82 if not (pkg_spec.is_valid() and83 self.koji_client.is_pkg_valid(pkg_spec)):84 logging.error('Koji package spec is not valid, skipping: '85 '%s' % pkg_spec)86 all_packages_found = False87 else:88 rpms = self.koji_client.get_pkg_rpm_info(89 pkg_spec,90 self.command_line_options.koji_arch)91 for subpackage in pkg_spec.subpackages:92 if subpackage not in [rpm['name'] for rpm in rpms]:93 logging.error('Package specified but not found in '94 'koji: %s' % subpackage)95 all_packages_found = False96 rpms = ", ".join(rpm['nvr'] for rpm in rpms)97 logging.debug('Koji package spec is valid')...

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