The mock third party library was needed for mock support in py2 runtimes. Since we now only support py36 and later, we don't need it in lower-constraints. These changes will help us to drop `mock` from openstack/requirements Change-Id: I80deea52ea2a54fa35fe85bb544ebd64a1d7c024
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Sushy CLI tool is intended to help human beings to communicate with Redfish based baseboard management controllers (BMC).
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