BYOC: queue control

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Jan Vesely

12 Nov, 2019 10:20 PM


The current BYOC configuration only allows setting "cloud capacity" or queue size. The maximum number of running jobs is hardcoded to 5 [0]. It'd help if this could be limited to a lower number (even if max is still 5) per machine. Few advantages are:
a) lower memory usage. Even if more jobs can share CPU resources, using more memory would result in thrashing and significantly reduced performance
b) better control and isolation that would allow for performance testing
c) ability to run on lower-end machines, that can support only 1-2 jobs.

some of the above can be probably achieved by a combination of lower capacity/cloud failover, but a more explicit processing width/queue depth setting would help.



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