How to use _update_latest_link method in avocado

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...138 logdir = os.path.abspath(logdir)139 self.logdir = data_dir.create_job_logs_dir(logdir=logdir,140 unique_id=self.unique_id)141 if not (self.standalone or getattr(self.args, "dry_run", False)):142 self._update_latest_link()143 self.logfile = os.path.join(self.logdir, "job.log")144 idfile = os.path.join(self.logdir, "id")145 with open(idfile, 'w') as id_file_obj:146 id_file_obj.write("%s\n" % self.unique_id)147 def __start_job_logging(self):148 # Enable test logger149 fmt = ('%(asctime)s %(module)-16.16s L%(lineno)-.4d %('150 'levelname)-5.5s| %(message)s')151 test_handler = output.add_log_handler("avocado.test",152 logging.FileHandler,153 self.logfile, self.loglevel, fmt)154 root_logger = logging.getLogger()155 root_logger.addHandler(test_handler)156 root_logger.setLevel(self.loglevel)157 self.__logging_handlers[test_handler] = ["avocado.test", ""]158 # Add --store-logging-streams159 fmt = '%(asctime)s %(levelname)-5.5s| %(message)s'160 formatter = logging.Formatter(fmt=fmt, datefmt='%H:%M:%S')161 for name in getattr(self.args, "store_logging_stream", []):162 name = re.split(r'(?<!\\):', name, maxsplit=1)163 if len(name) == 1:164 name = name[0]165 level = logging.INFO166 else:167 level = (int(name[1]) if name[1].isdigit()168 else logging.getLevelName(name[1].upper()))169 name = name[0]170 try:171 logfile = os.path.join(self.logdir, name + "." +172 logging.getLevelName(level))173 handler = output.add_log_handler(name, logging.FileHandler,174 logfile, level, formatter)175 except ValueError, details:176 self.log.error("Failed to set log for --store-logging-stream "177 "%s:%s: %s.", name, level, details)178 else:179 self.__logging_handlers[handler] = [name]180 # Enable console loggers181 enabled_logs = getattr(self.args, "show", [])182 if ('test' in enabled_logs and183 'early' not in enabled_logs):184 self._stdout_stderr = sys.stdout, sys.stderr185 # Enable std{out,err} but redirect booth to stderr186 sys.stdout = STD_OUTPUT.stdout187 sys.stderr = STD_OUTPUT.stdout188 test_handler = output.add_log_handler("avocado.test",189 logging.StreamHandler,190 STD_OUTPUT.stdout,191 logging.DEBUG,192 fmt="%(message)s")193 root_logger.addHandler(test_handler)194 self.__logging_handlers[test_handler] = ["avocado.test", ""]195 def __stop_job_logging(self):196 if self._stdout_stderr:197 sys.stdout, sys.stderr = self._stdout_stderr198 for handler, loggers in self.__logging_handlers.iteritems():199 for logger in loggers:200 logging.getLogger(logger).removeHandler(handler)201 def _update_latest_link(self):202 """203 Update the latest job result symbolic link [avocado-logs-dir]/latest.204 """205 def soft_abort(msg):206 """ Only log the problem """207 logging.getLogger("avocado.test").warning("Unable to update the "208 "latest link: %s" % msg)209 basedir = os.path.dirname(self.logdir)210 basename = os.path.basename(self.logdir)211 proc_latest = os.path.join(basedir, "latest.%s" % os.getpid())212 latest = os.path.join(basedir, "latest")213 if os.path.exists(latest) and not os.path.islink(latest):214 soft_abort('"%s" already exists and is not a symlink' % latest)215 return...

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