[Gluster-infra] [Gluster-devel] Announcing Softserve- serve yourself a VM
srakonde at redhat.com
Tue Mar 20 08:27:33 UTC 2018
I have a suggestion here. It will be good if we have a option like request
for extension of the VM duration, and the option will be automatically
activated after 3 hours of usage of VM. If somebody is using the VM after 3
hours and they feel like they need it for 2 more hours they will request to
extend the duration by 1 more hour. It will save the time of engineering
since if a machine is expired, one has to configure the machine and all
other stuff from the beginning.
On Tue, Mar 13, 2018 at 12:37 PM, Nigel Babu <nigelb at redhat.com> wrote:
> We’ve enabled certain limits for this application:
>>> Maximum allowance of 5 VM at a time across all the users. User have
>>> to wait until a slot is available for them after 5 machines allocation.
>>> User will get the requesting machines maximum upto 4 hours.
>> IMHO ,max cap of 4 hours is not sufficient. Most of the times, the reason
>> of loaning a machine is basically debug a race where we can't reproduce the
>> failure locally what I have seen debugging such tests might take more than
>> 4 hours. Imagine you had done some tweaking to the code and you're so close
>> to understand the problem and then the machine expires, it's definitely not
>> a happy feeling. What are the operational challenges if we have to make it
>> for atleast 8 hours or max a day?
> The 4h cap was kept so that multiple people could have a chance to debug
> their test failures on the same day. Pushing the cap to 8h means that if
> you don't have a machine to loan when you start work one will not be
> available until the next day. At this point, we'll not be increasing the
> timeout. So far, we've had one person actually hit this. I'd like to see
> more data points before we make an application level change.
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