Unit testing variations of note

The bulk of the unit tests that need to be implemented fall fairly neatly into the standard processes that have been in play since the beginning of the hms_sys development effort, and there's nothing new to say about those. A relatively small number of others, however, have some noteworthy variations.

With the advent of a substantial amount of new code that relies heavily on either standard Python modules (atexit, logging, and signal, for example, in the daemons codebases), or various third-party modules that were installed to meet specific needs (pika, for RabbitMQ support), another aspect of testing policy bubbles up: the question of how deeply (or even whether) to test functionality that are little more ...

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