How to use write_logline method in autotest

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...108 self.buffer = []109 self.count = 1110 def _line_is_blank(self, msg):111 return len(msg) == 0 or re.match(r'^[ \t]+$', msg)112 def write_logline(self, msg):113 if not self._line_is_blank(msg):114 time_ns = time.time()115"{} - {} - {} - {:.6f} - {}".format(, self.start_time, self.count, time_ns, msg))116 self.count += 1117 def log(self, msg):118 self.write_logline("SolUpenBmc: {}".format(msg))119 def _is_last_line(self, idx, messages):120 return idx+1 == len(messages)121 def save_to_buffer(self, message):122 self.buffer.append(message)123 def read_from_buffer(self):124 return "".join(self.buffer)125 def clear_buffer(self):126 self.buffer = []127 def write(self, msg):128 """ Redfish data is transfered in frames and sometimes one line comes in 2 messages. We need to buffer them. """129 messages = msg.split("\n")130 for lineno, message in enumerate(messages):131 if self._is_last_line(lineno, messages):132 self.save_to_buffer(message)133 else:134 buffer = self.read_from_buffer()135 self.clear_buffer()136 self.write_logline("{}{}".format(buffer, message))137class UnbufferedRawFileWriter:138 """139 Class that generates file names in the format: $OUTPUT_DIR/$NODE.raw140 """141 def __init__(self, name, output_directory):142 filename = "{}.raw".format(os.path.join(output_directory, name))143 handler = logging.handlers.RotatingFileHandler(filename, mode='a', maxBytes=10485760, backupCount=3)144 = name145 self.start_time = int(time.time())146 self.logger = logging.getLogger("Raw Log: {}".format(self.start_time))147 self.logger.setLevel(logging.INFO)148 self.logger.addHandler(handler)149 def write(self, msg):150 time_ns = time.time()...

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...27 self.assertEquals(28 '%s\t%s' % (self.formatted_time_tuple, self.msg), timestamped)29 def test_write_logline_with_timestamp(self):30 logfile = StringIO.StringIO()31 monitors_util.write_logline(logfile, self.msg, self.format)32 written = self.assertEquals(35 '%s\t%s\n' % (self.formatted_time_tuple, self.msg), written)36 def test_write_logline_without_timestamp(self):37 logfile = StringIO.StringIO()38 monitors_util.write_logline(logfile, self.msg)39 written = self.assertEquals(42 '%s\n' % self.msg, written)43class AlertHooksTestCase(unittest.TestCase):44 def setUp(self):45 self.msg_template = 'alert yay %s haha %s'46 self.params = ('foo', 'bar')47 self.epoch_seconds = 1225501829.930061148 # Stub out time.time49 self.orig_time = time.time50 time.time = lambda: self.epoch_seconds51 def tearDown(self):52 time.time = self.orig_time...

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