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src/p/y/pyon-HEAD/scripts/store_interfaces.py   pyon(Download)
        from pyon.util.file_sys import FileSystem
        print "store_interfaces: force_clean=True. DROP DATASTORES for sysname=%s" % bootstrap.get_sys_name()
        pyon_config = config.read_standard_configuration()      # Initial pyon.yml + pyon.local.yml
        clear_couch_util.clear_couch(bootstrap_config, prefix=bootstrap.get_sys_name(), sysname=bootstrap.get_sys_name())
        FileSystem._clean(pyon_config)
 
 
    # ion_config - Holds the new CFG object for the system (independent of this tool's config)
    ion_config = config.read_standard_configuration()

src/p/y/pyon-HEAD/pyon/core/bootstrap.py   pyon(Download)
    else:
        # Variant 2: default, load standard configuration sequence
        std_cfg = config.read_standard_configuration()
        config.apply_configuration(CFG, std_cfg)
 

src/p/y/pyon-HEAD/scripts/pycc.py   pyon(Download)
 
        # This holds the new CFG object for pyon. Build it up in proper sequence and conditions.
        pyon_config = config.read_standard_configuration()      # Initial pyon.yml + pyon.local.yml
 
        # Load config override if provided. Supports variants literal and list of paths

src/p/y/pyon-HEAD/pyon/core/interfaces/test/test_interfaces.py   pyon(Download)
    def test_store_core(self):
        # Store system CFG properties
        ion_config = config.read_standard_configuration()
        self.iadm.store_config(ion_config)