How to use list_files_glob method in autotest

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...328 finally:329 del self.RUNNING_LOG_OP330 else:331 op_func()332 def list_files_glob(self, glob):333 """334 Get a list of files on a remote host given a glob pattern path.335 """336 SCRIPT = ("python -c 'import cPickle, glob, sys;"337 "cPickle.dump(glob.glob(sys.argv[1]), sys.stdout, 0)'")338 output =, args=(glob,), stdout_tee=None,339 timeout=60).stdout340 return cPickle.loads(output)341 def symlink_closure(self, paths):342 """343 Given a sequence of path strings, return the set of all paths that344 can be reached from the initial set by following symlinks.345 @param paths: sequence of path strings.346 @return: a sequence of path strings that are all the unique paths that347 can be reached from the given ones after following symlinks.348 """349 SCRIPT = ("python -c 'import cPickle, os, sys\n"350 "paths = cPickle.load(sys.stdin)\n"351 "closure = {}\n"352 "while paths:\n"353 " path = paths.keys()[0]\n"354 " del paths[path]\n"355 " if not os.path.exists(path):\n"356 " continue\n"357 " closure[path] = None\n"358 " if os.path.islink(path):\n"359 " link_to = os.path.join(os.path.dirname(path),\n"360 " os.readlink(path))\n"361 " if link_to not in closure.keys():\n"362 " paths[link_to] = None\n"363 "cPickle.dump(closure.keys(), sys.stdout, 0)'")364 input_data = cPickle.dumps(dict((path, None) for path in paths), 0)365 output =, stdout_tee=None, stdin=input_data,366 timeout=60).stdout367 return cPickle.loads(output)368 def cleanup_kernels(self, boot_dir='/boot'):369 """370 Remove any kernel image and associated files (vmlinux,,371 modules) for any image found in the boot directory that is not372 referenced by entries in the bootloader configuration.373 @param boot_dir: boot directory path string, default '/boot'374 """375 # find all the vmlinuz images referenced by the bootloader376 vmlinuz_prefix = os.path.join(boot_dir, 'vmlinuz-')377 boot_info = self.bootloader.get_entries()378 used_kernver = [boot['kernel'][len(vmlinuz_prefix):]379 for boot in boot_info.itervalues()]380 # find all the unused vmlinuz images in /boot381 all_vmlinuz = self.list_files_glob(vmlinuz_prefix + '*')382 used_vmlinuz = self.symlink_closure(vmlinuz_prefix + kernver383 for kernver in used_kernver)384 unused_vmlinuz = set(all_vmlinuz) - set(used_vmlinuz)385 # find all the unused vmlinux images in /boot386 vmlinux_prefix = os.path.join(boot_dir, 'vmlinux-')387 all_vmlinux = self.list_files_glob(vmlinux_prefix + '*')388 used_vmlinux = self.symlink_closure(vmlinux_prefix + kernver389 for kernver in used_kernver)390 unused_vmlinux = set(all_vmlinux) - set(used_vmlinux)391 # find all the unused files in /boot392 systemmap_prefix = os.path.join(boot_dir, '')393 all_system_map = self.list_files_glob(systemmap_prefix + '*')394 used_system_map = self.symlink_closure(395 systemmap_prefix + kernver for kernver in used_kernver)396 unused_system_map = set(all_system_map) - set(used_system_map)397 # find all the module directories associated with unused kernels398 modules_prefix = '/lib/modules/'399 all_moddirs = [dir for dir in self.list_files_glob(modules_prefix + '*')400 if re.match(modules_prefix + r'\d+\.\d+\.\d+.*', dir)]401 used_moddirs = self.symlink_closure(modules_prefix + kernver402 for kernver in used_kernver)403 unused_moddirs = set(all_moddirs) - set(used_moddirs)404 # remove all the vmlinuz files we don't use405 # TODO: if needed this should become package manager agnostic406 for vmlinuz in unused_vmlinuz:407 # try and get an rpm package name408 rpm ='rpm -qf', args=(vmlinuz,),409 ignore_status=True, timeout=120)410 if rpm.exit_status == 0:411 packages = set(line.strip() for line in412 rpm.stdout.splitlines())413 # if we found some package names, try to remove them...

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...25 26 def list_files_folder(self, doesIncludeAbsPath=False):27 return [os.path.abspath(x) if doesIncludeAbsPath else x for x in os.listdir(self.pathName)]28 29 def list_files_glob(self):30 return glob.glob(self.pathName)31 32 def print_line_separator(self,symbol="*",max_length=100):33 print(symbol * max_length)34 35file_ins = ParseAllFiles(None)36# List the file names using the listdir37print(file_ins.list_only_files())38file_ins.print_line_separator()39# List the file names using the walk40print(file_ins.walthrough_all_filesfolders(".py"))41file_ins.print_line_separator()42# List the file names using the glob module43print(file_ins.list_files_glob())44file_ins.print_line_separator()45# List the files and Folder names in the current directory using os Module46print(file_ins.list_files_folder(True))...

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