python-synergy-scheduler-manager - Advanced scheduling capability for OpenStack.
The Scheduler Manager provides advanced scheduling (fairshare) capability for OpenStack. In particular it aims to address the resource utilization issues coming from the static allocation model inherent in the Cloud paradigm, by adopting the dynamic partitioning strategy implemented by the advanced batch schedulers.
|python-synergy-scheduler-manager-2.6.0-1.el7.centos.noarch [131 KiB]||
by Ervin Konomi (2017-09-20):
- Restored setQuotaTypeServer() - Restore() incorrectly increases the queue size - Synergy should scale up the oldest user requests from the queue - Mechanism that performs user actions before Synergy deletes the VMs - Configuration parameters updated - Termination of expired servers
|python-synergy-scheduler-manager-2.5.0-1.el7.centos.noarch [131 KiB]||
by Ervin Konomi (2017-08-11):
- Added support for policy.json in packaging process - Project manager problems concerning the adding and removing projects - Authorization policies changed - Added queue usage to project - Missing security support - Synergy should never raise Exception - Added support for OpenStack Ocata to NovaManager - Partition Director requires configuring Synergy through RESTful API - Added support for notifications to KeystoneManager - MessagingAPI should be implemented as common module - The SchedulerManager doesn't receive all the compute.instance.delete.end notifications