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import common
import sys, os, subprocess, fcntl
bindir = os.path.dirname(__file__)
autotest = os.path.join(bindir, 'autotest')
logdir = sys.argv[1]
# We want to simulate the behaviour of autotest_client, where fd3 would be
# routed to stderr and fd1 & fd2 to stdout
# HACK: grab fd3 for now
os.dup2(2, 3)
# open up log files to use for std*
stdout = open(os.path.join(logdir, 'stdout'), 'a', 0)
stderr = open(os.path.join(logdir, 'stderr'), 'a', 0)
# set up the file descriptors now, simulating the old behaviour
os.dup2(stdout.fileno(), 1)
os.dup2(stdout.fileno(), 2)
os.dup2(stderr.fileno(), 3)
# we don't need the file objects any more
args = [autotest] + sys.argv[2:]
if '-H' not in args:
args[1:1] = ['-H', 'autoserv']
cmd = ' '.join(args)
# open up a log file for saving off the exit code
exit_file = open(os.path.join(logdir, 'exit_code'), 'w', 0)
fcntl.flock(exit_file, fcntl.LOCK_EX)
# touch a 'started' file to indicate we've been initialized
open(os.path.join(logdir, 'started'), 'w').close()
# run the actual autotest client and write the exit code into the log file
exit_code =, shell=True)
exit_file.write('%+04d' % exit_code)
fcntl.flock(exit_file, fcntl.LOCK_UN)