[openstack-dev] [nova][ironic] Concerns over rigid resource class-only ironic scheduling
agarwalnisha1980 at gmail.com
Fri Oct 27 03:24:22 UTC 2017
>@Nisha I think that should largely allow you to construct the same
behavior you have today, or am I totally missing what you are wanting to do?
Yes, i agree that qualitative capabilities are covered by your spec and
will give us the behaviour as its today with your spec implemented.
On Fri, Oct 27, 2017 at 8:12 AM, Ed Leafe <ed at leafe.com> wrote:
> On Oct 26, 2017, at 6:57 PM, Wan-yen Hsu <wanyenhsu at gmail.com> wrote:
> > In Nisha's message, "capabilities" refers to
> "ComputeCapabilitiesFilter". "capabilities" provides a lot of flexibility
> for scheduling. It supports qualitative as well as quantitative
> attributes. It supports a variety of operators such as ">=", "<", "=",
> etc. For instance, with "capabilities", one can create a flavor for
> "GPU_Count >=2". Quantity matters for workloads. A workload may require
> at least 2GPUs or at least certain amount of SSD capacity to meet the
> performance requirements. Trait will help but it only supports
> qualitative attributes. Therefore, we still need "capabilities".
> In your example, you would create a resource class that specifies the
> number of GPUs. If there is a machine with no GPU, it would be a different
> resource class than a machine with a GPU. Likewise, a machine with 2 GPUs
> would be a different class. This gives you the ability to match the request
> to the need. Saying you need a machine with at least 2 GPUs means that you
> could end up with a machine with 100 GPUs - ok, I know that's not
> realistic, but it illustrates my point. Each hardware combination is a
> separate resource class. If your workload requires 2 GPUs and SSD, there
> are a finite number of hardware combinations available. You pick the flavor
> (i.e., resource class) that matches your need.
> -- Ed Leafe
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