How to use shell_escape method in avocado

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1from fabric.api import *2# the user to use for the remote commands3env.user = 'root'4# the servers where the commands are executed5env.hosts = ['']6def pack():7 # create a new source distribution as tarball8 local('python sdist --formats=gztar', capture=False)9def deploy():10 pack()11 # figure out the release name and version12 dist = local('python --fullname', capture=True).strip()13 # upload the source tarball to the temporary folder on the server14 put('dist/%s.tar.gz' % dist, '/tmp/rms.tar.gz')15 run('rm -rf /tmp/rms')16 # create a place where we can unzip the tarball, then enter17 # that directory and unzip it18 run('mkdir /tmp/rms')19 with cd('/tmp/rms'):20 run('tar xzf /tmp/rms.tar.gz')21 # now setup the package with our virtual environment's22 # python interpreter23 with cd('/tmp/rms/rms-1.0/'):24 with prefix('source /root/Python-RMS/bin/activate'):25 run('python install')26 #Migrate settings.27 put('rms/', '/root/rms')28 # now that all is set up, delete the folder again29 # run('rm -rf /tmp/rms /tmp/rms.tar.gz')30 # and finally touch the .wsgi file so that mod_wsgi triggers31 # a reload of the application32 relaunch();33def relaunch():34 #run('pkill -f gunicorn', warn_only = True)35 run('bash ~/')36 with cd('/root'):37 with prefix('source /root/Python-RMS/bin/activate'):38 #run('python &> /root/rms/log.txt', pty=False, shell_escape=False)39 #run('gunicorn -w 4 -b run:app &> /root/rms/log.txt', pty=False, shell_escape=False)40 put('requirements.txt', '/tmp/')41 run('pip install -r /tmp/requirements.txt')42 run('gunicorn -w 4 -b run:app', pty=False, shell_escape=False)43 #run('gunicorn -w 4 -b run:app &> /root/rms/log.txt', pty=False, shell_escape=False)44def db():45 # Migrate db file.46 local('mongodump --out /tmp/db && tar -cvf /tmp/db.tar /tmp/db')47 put('/tmp/db.tar', '/tmp/db.tar')48 with cd('/tmp'):49 run('tar -xvf /tmp/db.tar')...

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...14 ' --port={port}'15 ' {db_name}'16 ' | bzip2 --best '17 ' > {outfile}'.format(18 db_name=shell_escape(,19 user=shell_escape(db_config.user),20 password=shell_escape(db_config.password),21,22 port=db_config.port,23 outfile=outfile24 )25 )26 env.database_backup_remote_file = outfile27@task28def create(exec_cmd=run):29 require('database')30 db = env.database31 exec_cmd('echo "CREATE DATABASE \`{db_name}\` CHARACTER SET utf8;"'32 '|mysql --batch'33 ' --user={user}'34 ' --password={password}'35 ' --host={host}'36 ' --port={port}'37 ' --default-character-set=utf8'.format(38 db_name=shell_escape(,39 user=shell_escape(db.user),40 password=shell_escape(db.password),41,42 port=db.port,43 ),44 shell=False45 )46 """47 exec_cmd('mysqladmin'48 ' --user={user}'49 ' --password={password}'50 ' --host={host}'51 ' --port={port}'52 ' --default-character-set=utf8'53 ' create {db_name}'.format(54 db_name=shell_escape(,55 user=shell_escape(db.user),56 password=shell_escape(db.password),57,58 port=db.port,59 )60 )...

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