How to use _take_snapshot method in avocado

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...33 f = open(os.path.join(self.device_results_test_dir, "%s.txt" % name), "w")34 f.write(snapshot)35 f.close()36 37 def _take_snapshot(self, type, extra_command = None):38 #config = self.get_config.get_running_config(extra_command)39 config = Device.Device.getDeviceObject(os.environ['device']).get_running_config(extra_command)40 config_string = config41 lines = config_string.split('\n')42 pseudo_snapshot = []43 for line in lines:44 if not(line.startswith(" index ") or line.startswith(" wpa-passphrase") or line.startswith("version ") or line.lower().find("more")!=-1):45 words = line.split(" ")46 for word in words:47 result1 = re.match("[^-_:]{32}", word)48 if not result1 == None:49 line = line.replace(word, "")50 result2 = re.match("(([A-Z][0-9]|[A-Z][A-Z]|[0-9][A-Z]|[0-9][0-9]):){2,6}", word, re.I)51 if not result2 == None:52 line = line.replace(word, "")53 if (line.startswith("name ") and ('Instant-' in line)):54 name_parts = line.split('-')55 name_parts[1] = ""56 line = "".join(name_parts)57 pseudo_snapshot.append(line)58 snapshot = '\n'.join(pseudo_snapshot)59 self._log_snapshot(type, snapshot)60 return snapshot61 62 def take_s1_snapshot(self, extra_command = None):63 if not self.config.options.ignore_device:64 self.clear(os.environ['device'])65 if not self.config.options.switch:66 time.sleep(devices.CONFIG_CHANGE_WAIT_TIME)67 # setattr(self, "s1_%s" %os.environ["device"], self._take_snapshot("s1", extra_command))68 self.s1[os.environ['device']] = self._take_snapshot("s1", extra_command)69 # self.s1 = self._take_snapshot("s1", extra_command)70 71 def take_s2_snapshot(self, extra_command = None):72 if not self.config.options.ignore_device:73 if not self.config.options.switch:74 time.sleep(devices.CONFIG_CHANGE_WAIT_TIME)75 # setattr(self, "s2_%s" %os.environ["device"], self._take_snapshot("s2", extra_command))76 self.s2[os.environ['device']] = self._take_snapshot("s2", extra_command)77 # self.s2 = self._take_snapshot("s2", extra_command)78 79 def take_s3_snapshot(self, extra_command = None):80 if not self.config.options.ignore_device:81 if not self.config.options.switch: 82 time.sleep(devices.CONFIG_CHANGE_WAIT_TIME) 83 # setattr(self, "s3_%s" %os.environ["device"], self._take_snapshot("s3", extra_command))84 self.s3[os.environ['device']] = self._take_snapshot("s3", extra_command)85 # self.s3 = self._take_snapshot("s3", extra_command)86 87 def _get_test_diff(self, num_of_context_lines):88 expected_config_diff = None89 import os90 print os.environ['device']91 device = os.environ['device']92 # raw_input('device')93 version = None94 exec("version = devices.%s.version"%device)95 print version96 # raw_input('version')97 if self.config.options.switch:98 diff_file_path = os.path.join(fwork.DEVICE_VERIFICATION_DIR+"\%s"%self.get_config.get('type') , "%s_s1_s2_diff.txt") % self.test.current_test_id99 else:...

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...16 self._lock = threading.Lock()17 self._take_snapshot = lambda : DirectorySnapshot(,, stat=stat, listdir=listdir)1819 def on_thread_start(self):20 self._snapshot = self._take_snapshot()2122 def queue_events(self, timeout):23 if self.stopped_event.wait(timeout):24 return25 with self._lock:26 if not self.should_keep_running():27 return28 new_snapshot = self._take_snapshot()29 events = DirectorySnapshotDiff(self._snapshot, new_snapshot)30 self._snapshot = new_snapshot31 for src_path in events.files_deleted:32 self.queue_event(FileDeletedEvent(src_path))3334 for src_path in events.files_modified:35 self.queue_event(FileModifiedEvent(src_path))3637 for src_path in events.files_created:38 self.queue_event(FileCreatedEvent(src_path))3940 for src_path, dest_path in events.files_moved:41 self.queue_event(FileMovedEvent(src_path, dest_path))42 ...

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