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Mallet command line tool

This is a tool for running ad hoc maintenance tasks that bypasses the ordinary infrastructure.


You should have Go installed. Refer to Go env setup to set up your environment.

Make and build

Run the following commands:

make mallet


go run main.go login

Running auto-repair with Mallet

There are a few ways how you can run auto-repair with local changes.

  1. changes in configurations or plans: can be tested by scheduling them with custom config. For more details go/fleet-recovery-developer#local-tests-with-custom-config
  2. changes in execs - requires run from workstation only. More details go/fleet-recovery-developer#local-tests

Example use of mallet: Running auto-repair from local code

To run auto-repair locally use local-recovery task. Due to access to the devices requiring special access please configure ssh configs (go/chromeos-lab-duts-ssh) and then create proxies by labtunel. Then you need to run the below command with the replacement:

  • HOST_PROXIES_JSON: created proxies by labtunel(eg.“{"dut-1":"","dut-2":"",}”).
  • DUT_NAME: name of the DUT known in UFS.
go run main.go local -host-proxies HOST_PROXIES_JSON {DUT_NAME}

Scheduling a job with Mallet

Command recovery is designed to schedule custom builder tasks and be able to accept custom config if provided.

  • go/paris-
  • go/fleet-recovery-developer
  • go/paris-new-label-creation
  • go/fleet-creating-work-env