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From Vahric Muhtaryan <vah...@doruk.net.tr>
Subject Re: Planners
Date Wed, 06 Nov 2013 22:18:40 GMT
Understand , such options mostly focused dedicated

For feature requests should i have to send it to dev@ mailing-list ?

Thanks for all answers
Regards
vM

On 06/11/13 21:19, "Prachi Damle" <Prachi.Damle@citrix.com> wrote:

>>>Maybe sounds like stupid but , another thing is we can not imagine some
>>>deployment planners, for example if we are running cloud and have a
>>>resource, default behaviour should be spread everything almost equal ,
>>>why people want to put vms depend same account on same pod/cluster
>
>People may want to do so to have a dedicated resource for their account
>and not share the resource with other applications or they may always
>want to use a specific hardware for their applications.
>
>>>or what happen  if i have small number of vm on host but there is high
>>>resource usage on that hosts. For example KVM do not have an option
>>>like vmware drs , how cloudstack handle spread of vms on KVM cluster ?
>
>CloudStack currently supports firstfit, user-pod-concentrated,
>user-dispersing strategies. Using the user-dispersing, spread of VMs of
>the same account can be achieved.
>But a generic spread-evenly strategy is not available, please feel free
>to open a feature request if the above modes do not suit your
>requirements.
>
>Thanks,
>Prachi
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Prachi Damle
>Sent: Wednesday, November 06, 2013 11:14 AM
>To: CloudStack SupportMailingList
>Subject: RE: Planners
>
>Hi,
>
>Some information about
>A] About the deployment planner option in service offering:
>-	Details can be found here
>https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/CLOUDSTACK/DeploymentPlanner+c
>hoice+via+ServiceOffering
>
>B]About Implicit dedication planner
>-	Design is here 
>https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/CLOUDSTACK/Dedicated+Resources
>+-+Private+zone%2C+pod%2C+cluster%2C+host+Functional+Spec
>-	Check the Implicit Dedication Design at the end of the page.
>-	The planner mode option in the service offering page is only applicable
>for Implicit dedication planner:
>	o	strict mode: Choose a host that is dedicated to this account to deploy
>a VM using this service offering. If no such host is present, choose an
>empty host and dedicate it to the account and use that for further
>deployments too.
>	o	preferred mode: Choose a dedicated host if available, if not it is ok
>to use a shared host.
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Vahric Muhtaryan [mailto:vahric@doruk.net.tr]
>Sent: Wednesday, November 06, 2013 8:53 AM
>To: CloudStack SupportMailingList
>Subject: Planners
>
>Hello All ,
>
>We are discovering compute offering section and couldnĀ¹t understand
>something about planner.
>
>Looks like deployment planner is like intelligent placement on Hyper-v or
>Vmware DRS but only the placement part.
>
>First we can not find explanations of implicitdedicationplanner and bare
>metal planner , any one know about it ?
>
>Second what is planner mode ? What is relation between deployment planner
>and planner mode ? If we choose deployment planner must we set the
>planner mode too ?
>
>Maybe sounds like stupid but , another thing is we can not imagine some
>deployment planners, for example if we are running cloud and have a
>resource, default behaviour should be spread everything almost equal ,
>why people want to put vms depend same account on same pod/cluster or
>what happen if i have small number of vm on host but there is high
>resource usage on that hosts. For example KVM do not have an option like
>vmware drs , how cloudstack handle spread of vms on KVM cluster ?
>
>Regards
>VM
>
>



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