How to use yield_default_initlevel method in autotest

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...29 dest = os.path.join(tests_dir, 'control')30 if os.path.abspath(src) != os.path.abspath(dest):31 shutil.copyfile(src, dest)32 job.control_set(dest)33 def yield_default_initlevel():34 """35 If we really can't figure out something better, default to '2',36 which is the case with some debian systems37 """38 init_default = '2'39 logging.error('Could not determine initlevel, assuming %s' %40 init_default)41 return init_default42 rc = os.path.join(self.autodir, 'tools/autotest')43 # see if system supports event.d versus systemd versus inittab44 supports_eventd = os.path.exists('/etc/event.d')45 supports_systemd = os.path.exists('/etc/systemd')46 supports_inittab = os.path.exists('/etc/inittab')47 # This is the best heuristics I can think of for identifying48 # an embedded system running busybox49 busybox_system = (os.readlink('/bin/sh') == 'busybox')50 # Small busybox systems usually use /etc/rc.d/ straight51 if busybox_system:52 initdefault = ''53 elif supports_eventd or supports_systemd:54 try:55 # NB: assuming current runlevel is default56 cmd_result ='/sbin/runlevel', verbose=False)57 initdefault = cmd_result.stdout.split()[1]58 except (error.CmdError, IndexError):59 initdefault = yield_default_initlevel()60 elif supports_inittab:61 try:62 cmd_result ='grep :initdefault: /etc/inittab',63 verbose=False)64 initdefault = cmd_result.stdout.split(':')[1]65 except (error.CmdError, IndexError):66 initdefault = yield_default_initlevel()67 else:68 initdefault = yield_default_initlevel()69 vendor = distro.detect().name70 service = '/etc/init.d/autotest'71 if vendor == 'SUSE':72 service_link = '/etc/init.d/rc%s.d/S99autotest' % initdefault73 else:74 service_link = '/etc/rc%s.d/S99autotest' % initdefault75 try:76 if os.path.islink(service):77 os.remove(service)78 if os.path.islink(service_link):79 os.remove(service_link)80 os.symlink(rc, service)81 os.symlink(rc, service_link)82 except (OSError, IOError):...

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