How to use update_watchdog method in autotest

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...42 if triggers["above"] is not None:43 if isinstance(new, (float, int)):44 if new > triggers["above"]:45 self.log("{} is above {} for {}".format(new, triggers["above"], entity))46 self.update_watchdog(watchdog, entity, "add")47 continue48 if triggers["below"] is not None:49 if isinstance(new, (float, int)):50 if new < triggers["below"]:51 self.log("{} is below {} for {}".format(new, triggers["below"], entity))52 self.update_watchdog(watchdog, entity, "add")53 continue54 if new is None and triggers["state"].lower() == "unknown":55 self.update_watchdog(watchdog, entity, "add")56 continue57 elif isinstance(new, str) and triggers["state"].lower() == new.lower():58 self.update_watchdog(watchdog, entity, "add")59 continue60 self.update_watchdog(watchdog, entity, "remove")61 def update_watchdog(self, watchdog, entity, add_or_remove):62 """Update watchdog info."""63 attributes = {64 "icon": self.watchdog_config[watchdog]["icon"],65 "friendly_name": self.watchdog_config[watchdog]["friendly_name"],66 67 }68 watchdog_state = self.get_state("watchdog.{}".format(watchdog), attribute="all")69 if watchdog_state is None:70 self.set_state("watchdog.{}".format(watchdog),71 state=self.state_normal,72 attributes={"entities": attributes})73 watchdog_state = self.get_state("watchdog.{}".format(watchdog), attribute="all")74 watchdog_attributes = watchdog_state.get("attributes", {})75 watchdog_entities = watchdog_attributes.get("entities", [])...

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...12 charset='utf8'13)14cursor = sieve_db.cursor(pymysql.cursors.DictCursor)15HOST = ""16def update_watchdog(timestamp, lis_port, cpu_usage, mem_usage) :17 sql = 'UPDATE job_tasks SET cpu_usage=' + str(cpu_usage) + ' WHERE ec_id=' + str(ec_id) + ' AND listening_port=' + str(lis_port)18 cursor.execute(sql)19 sieve_db.commit()20sql = 'SELECT id FROM engine_computer where ip_address="' + HOST + '"'21cursor.execute(sql)22ec_id = (cursor.fetchall())[0]['id']23while True :24 pids = []25 pair = {}26 for proc in psutil.process_iter() :27 try :28 if == "python3" or == "python3.6":29 port = proc.cmdline()[3]30 pids.append( pair[] = port32 except :33 pass34 print("pids : ", pids)35 print("pair : ", pair)36 for pid in pids :37 cmd = ['ps', '-p', str(pid), '-o', '%cpu'] 38 fd_popen = subprocess.Popen(cmd, stdout=subprocess.PIPE).stdout 39 data = 40 fd_popen.close()41 data = data.decode('utf-8')42 data = data.split('\n')43 lis_port = pair[pid]44 cpu_usage = data[1]45 print(pid, lis_port, cpu_usage)46 update_watchdog(1, lis_port, cpu_usage, 10)...

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