How to use parse_partial_test method in autotest

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...148 running_test = None149 running_reasons = set()150 yield [] # we're ready to start running151 # create a RUNNING SERVER_JOB entry to represent the entire test152 running_job = test.parse_partial_test(self.job, "----", "SERVER_JOB",153 "", current_kernel,154 self.job.started_time)155 new_tests.append(running_job)156 while True:157 # are we finished with parsing?158 if buffer.size() == 0 and self.finished:159 if stack.size() == 0:160 break161 # we have status lines left on the stack,162 # we need to implicitly abort them first163 logging.debug('Unexpected end of job, aborting')164 abort_subdir_stack = list(subdir_stack)165 if self.job.aborted_by:166 reason = "Job aborted by %s" % self.job.aborted_by167 reason += self.job.aborted_on.strftime(168 " at %b %d %H:%M:%S")169 else:170 reason = "Job aborted unexpectedly"171 timestamp = line.optional_fields.get('timestamp')172 for i in reversed(xrange(stack.size())):173 if abort_subdir_stack:174 subdir = abort_subdir_stack.pop()175 else:176 subdir = None177 abort = self.make_dummy_abort(178 i, subdir, subdir, timestamp, reason)179 buffer.put(abort)180 # stop processing once the buffer is empty181 if buffer.size() == 0:182 yield new_tests183 new_tests = []184 continue185 # reinitialize the per-iteration state186 started_time = None187 finished_time = None188 # get the next line189 raw_line = status_lib.clean_raw_line(buffer.get())190 logging.debug('STATUS: %s', raw_line.strip())191 line = status_line.parse_line(raw_line)192 if line is None:193 logging.debug('non-status line, ignoring')194 continue195 # do an initial sanity check of the indentation196 expected_indent = stack.size()197 if line.type == "END":198 expected_indent -= 1199 if line.indent < expected_indent:200 # ABORT the current level if indentation was unexpectedly low201 self.put_back_line_and_abort(202 buffer, raw_line, stack.size() - 1, subdir_stack[-1],203 line.optional_fields.get("timestamp"), line.reason)204 continue205 elif line.indent > expected_indent:206 # ignore the log if the indent was unexpectedly high207 logging.debug("unexpected extra indentation, ignoring")208 continue209 # initial line processing210 if line.type == "START":211 stack.start()212 started_time = line.get_timestamp()213 if (line.testname is None and line.subdir is None and214 not running_test):215 # we just started a client, all tests are relative to here216 min_stack_size = stack.size()217 # start a "RUNNING" CLIENT_JOB entry218 job_name = "CLIENT_JOB.%d" % job_count219 running_client = test.parse_partial_test(self.job, None,220 job_name,221 "", current_kernel,222 started_time)223 logging.debug("RUNNING: %s", running_client.status)224 logging.debug("Testname: %s", running_client.testname)225 new_tests.append(running_client)226 elif stack.size() == min_stack_size + 1 and not running_test:227 # we just started a new test, insert a running record228 running_reasons = set()229 if line.reason:230 running_reasons.add(line.reason)231 running_test = test.parse_partial_test(self.job,232 line.subdir,233 line.testname,234 line.reason,235 current_kernel,236 started_time)237 logging.debug("RUNNING: %s", running_test.status)238 logging.debug("Subdir: %s", running_test.subdir)239 logging.debug("Testname: %s", running_test.testname)240 logging.debug("Reason: %s", running_test.reason)241 new_tests.append(running_test)242 started_time_stack.append(started_time)243 subdir_stack.append(line.subdir)244 continue245 elif line.type == "INFO":...

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