1. 02 Feb, 2018 1 commit
    • Paul Rich's avatar
      Refactor find_queue_equivalence_classes and drain clear code · 2cda012d
      Paul Rich authored
      After discussions, the current find_queue_equivalence_classes for this
      system really only complicates the codebase for very little actual gain.
      After this, the system will have only one equivalence class at all times
      consisting of all active queues assigned to nodes and all active
      reservations.
      
      This simplification allows us to ensure that find_job_location only gets
      called twice, once for reservations, which ignore drain times, and then
      immediately after for the normal "production" queue jobs, which do set
      drain times.  In both cases we can just clear drain times across the
      machine.
      
      In addition to testing (and more tests coming for the case that caused
      this examination to begin with), we know that this works, as any system
      with a queue or set of overlapping queues across all resources on the
      machine forms a single equivalence class under the old code.
      2cda012d
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    • Paul Rich's avatar
      All forkers will no longer be incremented. Proper forker selected. · d66de8fd
      Paul Rich authored
      I don't even know how I missed this in preliminary testing.  The forker
      increment is now fixed when using multiple forkers.  Additionally, the
      first forker in the list was always getting used regardless of status,
      which kind of defeats the entire point of this patch.
      d66de8fd
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