Commit 2995662f authored by hardy's avatar hardy
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fixed incorrect indentation + removed L1 ready msg (no longer used)

parent e9df8888
......@@ -695,9 +695,7 @@ class RANManagement():
#dlsch and ulsch statistics (dictionary)
dlsch_ulsch_stats = {}
#real time statistics (dictionary)
real_time_stats ={}
#count "L1 thread not ready" msg
L1_thread_not_ready_cnt = 0
real_time_stats = {}
#count "problem receiving samples" msg
pb_receiving_samples_cnt = 0
......@@ -868,18 +866,12 @@ class RANManagement():
#real time statistics
#same method as above
keys = {'feprx','feptx_prec','feptx_ofdm','feptx_total','L1 Tx processing','DLSCH encoding','L1 Rx processing','PUSCH inner-receiver','PUSCH decoding'}
for k in keys:
result = re.search(k, line)
if result is not None:
#remove 1- all useless char before relevant info 2- trailing char
tmp=re.match(rf'^.*?(\b{k}\b.*)',line.rstrip()) #from python 3.6 we can use literal string interpolation for the variable k, using rf' in the regex
real_time_stats[k]=tmp.group(1)
#count "L1 thread not ready" msg
result = re.search('\[PHY\]\s+L1_thread isn\'t ready', str(line))
if result is not None:
L1_thread_not_ready_cnt += 1
for k in keys:
result = re.search(k, line)
if result is not None:
#remove 1- all useless char before relevant info 2- trailing char
tmp=re.match(rf'^.*?(\b{k}\b.*)',line.rstrip()) #from python 3.6 we can use literal string interpolation for the variable k, using rf' in the regex
real_time_stats[k]=tmp.group(1)
#count "problem receiving samples" msg
result = re.search('\[PHY\]\s+problem receiving samples', str(line))
if result is not None:
......@@ -910,15 +902,10 @@ class RANManagement():
statMsg = '[RAPROC] PUSCH with TC_RNTI message check for ' + nodeB_prefix + 'NB : PASS '
htmlMsg = statMsg+'\n'
else:
statMsg = '[RAPROC] PUSCH with TC_RNTI message check for ' + nodeB_prefix + 'NB : FAIL '
statMsg = '[RAPROC] PUSCH with TC_RNTI message check for ' + nodeB_prefix + 'NB : FAIL or not relevant'
htmlMsg = statMsg+'\n'
logging.debug(statMsg)
htmleNBFailureMsg += htmlMsg
#L1 thread not ready log
statMsg = '[PHY] L1 thread is not ready msg count = '+str(L1_thread_not_ready_cnt)
htmlMsg = statMsg+'\n'
logging.debug(statMsg)
htmleNBFailureMsg += htmlMsg
#problem receiving samples log
statMsg = '[PHY] problem receiving samples msg count = '+str(pb_receiving_samples_cnt)
htmlMsg = statMsg+'\n'
......
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