On Fri, 25 Jul 2008, David Dyer-Bennet wrote:
> Here's a model that does what I want (but isn't supported by any current
you could feed your resource values to feedbackd
> I was wondering if it worked that way. That doesn't make much sense to me
> -- in real servers all processes draw from the same resource pools, so it
> doesn't make sense to firewall them that thoroughly from each other in
> scheduling. But I imagine most real-world uses have only one virtual
the simple ones all do, but LVS has to be able to handle any
number of virtual services. The director can't tell how many
realservers aare behind it or whether the different virtual
services are running on the same or different machines. The
current way of assuming the serivces are independant is
simple at least.
>> Your problem is at the application level. Can your batch
>> scheduler nice its jobs?
> Thank you!
hope it works
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