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From sx chen <>
Subject Re: How can I specify the vCPU and ram manually?
Date Thu, 04 Oct 2012 13:49:46 GMT
Generally speaking,I want to deploy a private cloud,let the custom decide
the vCPU,ram and dist themselves.

2012/10/4 Nitin Mehta <>

> As far as implementation goes you can have a look at how to create
> customizable disk offering for reference and it should be on the same lines.
> Thinking loud you will have to change  deployvm and createservice offering
> api, allocator logic a bit for pushing customized cpu and ram, capacity
> checker logic to pick up customizable size and last not the least UI as
> well.
> Why don't you give it a shot by creating a Functional spec for this and I
> can review it for you which should give us an idea of how much work will be
> required (my hunch says not quite a lot)
> But, before we tread this path it would be good to understand your use
> case here. Generally speaking, I do not see a lot of customized
> configuration required for cpu and ram compared to disk size and I guess
> that is why we never had customized cpu and ram in the first place.
> Thanks,
> -Nitin
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> let the custom set the service offering,disk offering and network offering
> is a little confused.
> I don't think every custom is so familiar with all these offerings.
> So if the admin create the offerings,and let the custom select CPU,ram,and
> disk and network is another choice.
> So If the CloudStack service offering will set a range for vCPU and ram
> just like disk offering, and let the custom set the vCPU and ram when
> custom deploy a vm will meet my request.
> If I change the source code for this, will it be a large project?

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