How to use upload_kernel_config method in autotest

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...83""" % CLIENT_KERNEL_TEMPLATE84CLIENT_STEP_TEMPLATE = " job.next_step('step%d')\n"85SERVER_STEP_TEMPLATE = ' step%d()\n'86UPLOAD_CONFIG_FUNC = """87def upload_kernel_config(host, kernel_info):88 \"""89 If the kernel_info['config_file'] is a URL it will be downloaded90 locally and then uploaded to the client and a copy of the original91 dictionary with the new path to the config file will be returned.92 If the config file is not a URL the function returns the original93 dictionary.94 \"""95 import os96 from autotest_lib.client.common_lib import autotemp, utils97 config_orig = kernel_info.get('config_file')98 # if the file is not an URL then we assume it's a local client path99 if not config_orig or not utils.is_url(config_orig):100 return kernel_info101 # download it locally (on the server) and send it to the client102 config_tmp = autotemp.tempfile('kernel_config_upload', dir=job.tmpdir)103 try:104 utils.urlretrieve(config_orig, config_new = os.path.join(host.get_autodir(), 'tmp',106 os.path.basename(config_orig))107 host.send_file(, config_new)108 finally:109 config_tmp.clean()110 return dict(kernel_info, config_file=config_new)111"""112CALL_UPLOAD_CONFIG = 'kernel_info = upload_kernel_config(host, kernel_info)'113def kernel_config_file(kernel, platform):114 if (not kernel.endswith('.rpm') and platform and115 platform.kernel_config):116 return platform.kernel_config117 return None118def read_control_file(test):119 control_file = open(os.path.join(AUTOTEST_DIR, test.path))120 control_contents = control_file.close()122 return control_contents123def get_kernel_stanza(kernel_list, platform=None, kernel_args='',124 is_server=False, upload_kernel_config=False):125 template_args = {'kernel_args' : kernel_args}126 # add 'config_file' keys to the kernel_info dictionaries...

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