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{-# LANGUAGE TemplateHaskell #-} |
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{-| Some common types. |

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-} |

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{- |

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Copyright (C) 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 Google Inc. |

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This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify |

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it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by |

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This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but |

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WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of |

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MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU |

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Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA |

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02110-1301, USA. |

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module Ganeti.HTools.Types |

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( Idx |

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, Ndx |

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, Gdx |

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, NameAssoc |

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, Score |

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, Weight |

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, GroupID |

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, defaultGroupID |

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, AllocPolicy(..) |

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, allocPolicyFromRaw |

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, allocPolicyToRaw |

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, NetworkID |

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, InstanceStatus(..) |

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, instanceStatusFromRaw |

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, instanceStatusToRaw |

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, RSpec(..) |

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, AllocInfo(..) |

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, AllocStats |

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, DynUtil(..) |

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, zeroUtil |

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, baseUtil |

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, addUtil |

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, subUtil |

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, defReservedDiskRatio |

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, unitMem |

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, unitCpu |

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, unitDsk |

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, unitSpindle |

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, unknownField |

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, Placement |

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, IMove(..) |

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, DiskTemplate(..) |

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, diskTemplateToRaw |

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, diskTemplateFromRaw |

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, MirrorType(..) |

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, templateMirrorType |

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, MoveJob |

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, JobSet |

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, Element(..) |

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, FailMode(..) |

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, FailStats |

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, OpResult |

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, opToResult |

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, EvacMode(..) |

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, ISpec(..) |

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, MinMaxISpecs(..) |

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, IPolicy(..) |

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, defIPolicy |

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, rspecFromISpec |

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, AutoRepairType(..) |

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, autoRepairTypeToRaw |

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, autoRepairTypeFromRaw |

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, AutoRepairResult(..) |

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, autoRepairResultToRaw |

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, autoRepairResultFromRaw |

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, AutoRepairPolicy(..) |

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, AutoRepairSuspendTime(..) |

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, AutoRepairData(..) |

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, AutoRepairStatus(..) |

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) where |

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import qualified Data.Map as M |

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import System.Time (ClockTime) |

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import qualified Ganeti.Constants as C |

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import qualified Ganeti.THH as THH |

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import Ganeti.BasicTypes |

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import Ganeti.Types |

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-- | The instance index type. |

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type Idx = Int |

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-- | The node index type. |

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type Ndx = Int |

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-- | The group index type. |

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type Gdx = Int |

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-- | The type used to hold name-to-idx mappings. |

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type NameAssoc = M.Map String Int |

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-- | A separate name for the cluster score type. |

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type Score = Double |

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-- | A separate name for a weight metric. |

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type Weight = Double |

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-- | The Group UUID type. |

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type GroupID = String |

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-- | Default group UUID (just a string, not a real UUID). |

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defaultGroupID :: GroupID |

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defaultGroupID = "00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000" |

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-- | Mirroring type. |

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data MirrorType = MirrorNone -- ^ No mirroring/movability |

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| MirrorInternal -- ^ DRBD-type mirroring |

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| MirrorExternal -- ^ Shared-storage type mirroring |

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deriving (Eq, Show) |

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-- | Correspondence between disk template and mirror type. |

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templateMirrorType :: DiskTemplate -> MirrorType |

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templateMirrorType DTDiskless = MirrorExternal |

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templateMirrorType DTFile = MirrorNone |

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templateMirrorType DTSharedFile = MirrorExternal |

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templateMirrorType DTPlain = MirrorNone |

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templateMirrorType DTBlock = MirrorExternal |

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templateMirrorType DTDrbd8 = MirrorInternal |

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templateMirrorType DTRbd = MirrorExternal |

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templateMirrorType DTExt = MirrorExternal |

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-- | The resource spec type. |

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data RSpec = RSpec |

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{ rspecCpu :: Int -- ^ Requested VCPUs |

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, rspecMem :: Int -- ^ Requested memory |

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, rspecDsk :: Int -- ^ Requested disk |

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, rspecSpn :: Int -- ^ Requested spindles |

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} deriving (Show, Eq) |

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-- | Allocation stats type. This is used instead of 'RSpec' (which was |

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-- used at first), because we need to track more stats. The actual |

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-- data can refer either to allocated, or available, etc. values |

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-- depending on the context. See also |

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-- 'Cluster.computeAllocationDelta'. |

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data AllocInfo = AllocInfo |

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{ allocInfoVCpus :: Int -- ^ VCPUs |

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, allocInfoNCpus :: Double -- ^ Normalised CPUs |

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, allocInfoMem :: Int -- ^ Memory |

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, allocInfoDisk :: Int -- ^ Disk |

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, allocInfoSpn :: Int -- ^ Spindles |

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} deriving (Show, Eq) |

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-- | Currently used, possibly to allocate, unallocable. |

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type AllocStats = (AllocInfo, AllocInfo, AllocInfo) |

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-- | The network UUID type. |

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type NetworkID = String |

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-- | Instance specification type. |

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$(THH.buildObject "ISpec" "iSpec" |

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[ THH.renameField "MemorySize" $ THH.simpleField C.ispecMemSize [t| Int |] |

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, THH.renameField "CpuCount" $ THH.simpleField C.ispecCpuCount [t| Int |] |

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, THH.renameField "DiskSize" $ THH.simpleField C.ispecDiskSize [t| Int |] |

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, THH.renameField "DiskCount" $ THH.simpleField C.ispecDiskCount [t| Int |] |

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, THH.renameField "NicCount" $ THH.simpleField C.ispecNicCount [t| Int |] |

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, THH.renameField "SpindleUse" $ THH.simpleField C.ispecSpindleUse [t| Int |] |

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]) |

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-- | The default minimum ispec. |

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defMinISpec :: ISpec |

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defMinISpec = ISpec { iSpecMemorySize = C.ispecsMinmaxDefaultsMinMemorySize |

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, iSpecCpuCount = C.ispecsMinmaxDefaultsMinCpuCount |

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, iSpecDiskSize = C.ispecsMinmaxDefaultsMinDiskSize |

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, iSpecDiskCount = C.ispecsMinmaxDefaultsMinDiskCount |

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, iSpecNicCount = C.ispecsMinmaxDefaultsMinNicCount |

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, iSpecSpindleUse = C.ispecsMinmaxDefaultsMinSpindleUse |

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} |

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-- | The default standard ispec. |

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defStdISpec :: ISpec |

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defStdISpec = ISpec { iSpecMemorySize = C.ipolicyDefaultsStdMemorySize |

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, iSpecCpuCount = C.ipolicyDefaultsStdCpuCount |

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, iSpecDiskSize = C.ipolicyDefaultsStdDiskSize |

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, iSpecDiskCount = C.ipolicyDefaultsStdDiskCount |

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, iSpecNicCount = C.ipolicyDefaultsStdNicCount |

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, iSpecSpindleUse = C.ipolicyDefaultsStdSpindleUse |

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} |

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-- | The default max ispec. |

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defMaxISpec :: ISpec |

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defMaxISpec = ISpec { iSpecMemorySize = C.ispecsMinmaxDefaultsMaxMemorySize |

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, iSpecCpuCount = C.ispecsMinmaxDefaultsMaxCpuCount |

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, iSpecDiskSize = C.ispecsMinmaxDefaultsMaxDiskSize |

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, iSpecDiskCount = C.ispecsMinmaxDefaultsMaxDiskCount |

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, iSpecNicCount = C.ispecsMinmaxDefaultsMaxNicCount |

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, iSpecSpindleUse = C.ispecsMinmaxDefaultsMaxSpindleUse |

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} |

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-- | Minimum and maximum instance specs type. |

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$(THH.buildObject "MinMaxISpecs" "minMaxISpecs" |

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[ THH.renameField "MinSpec" $ THH.simpleField "min" [t| ISpec |] |

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, THH.renameField "MaxSpec" $ THH.simpleField "max" [t| ISpec |] |

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]) |

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-- | Defult minimum and maximum instance specs. |

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defMinMaxISpecs :: [MinMaxISpecs] |

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defMinMaxISpecs = [MinMaxISpecs { minMaxISpecsMinSpec = defMinISpec |

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, minMaxISpecsMaxSpec = defMaxISpec |

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}] |

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-- | Instance policy type. |

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$(THH.buildObject "IPolicy" "iPolicy" |

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[ THH.renameField "MinMaxISpecs" $ |

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THH.simpleField C.ispecsMinmax [t| [MinMaxISpecs] |] |

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, THH.renameField "StdSpec" $ THH.simpleField C.ispecsStd [t| ISpec |] |

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, THH.renameField "DiskTemplates" $ |

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THH.simpleField C.ipolicyDts [t| [DiskTemplate] |] |

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, THH.renameField "VcpuRatio" $ |

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THH.simpleField C.ipolicyVcpuRatio [t| Double |] |

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, THH.renameField "SpindleRatio" $ |

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THH.simpleField C.ipolicySpindleRatio [t| Double |] |

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-- | Converts an ISpec type to a RSpec one. |

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rspecFromISpec :: ISpec -> RSpec |

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rspecFromISpec ispec = RSpec { rspecCpu = iSpecCpuCount ispec |

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, rspecMem = iSpecMemorySize ispec |

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, rspecDsk = iSpecDiskSize ispec |

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, rspecSpn = iSpecSpindleUse ispec |

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} |

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-- | The default instance policy. |

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defIPolicy :: IPolicy |

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defIPolicy = IPolicy { iPolicyMinMaxISpecs = defMinMaxISpecs |

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, iPolicyStdSpec = defStdISpec |

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-- hardcoding here since Constants.hs exports the |

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-- string values, not the actual type; and in |

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-- htools, we are mostly looking at DRBD |

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, iPolicyDiskTemplates = [minBound..maxBound] |

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, iPolicyVcpuRatio = C.ipolicyDefaultsVcpuRatio |

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, iPolicySpindleRatio = C.ipolicyDefaultsSpindleRatio |

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} |

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-- | The dynamic resource specs of a machine (i.e. load or load |

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-- capacity, as opposed to size). |

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data DynUtil = DynUtil |

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{ cpuWeight :: Weight -- ^ Standardised CPU usage |

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, memWeight :: Weight -- ^ Standardised memory load |

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, dskWeight :: Weight -- ^ Standardised disk I\/O usage |

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, netWeight :: Weight -- ^ Standardised network usage |

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} deriving (Show, Eq) |

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-- | Initial empty utilisation. |

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zeroUtil :: DynUtil |

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zeroUtil = DynUtil { cpuWeight = 0, memWeight = 0 |

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, dskWeight = 0, netWeight = 0 } |

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-- | Base utilisation (used when no actual utilisation data is |

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-- supplied). |

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baseUtil :: DynUtil |

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baseUtil = DynUtil { cpuWeight = 1, memWeight = 1 |

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, dskWeight = 1, netWeight = 1 } |

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-- | Sum two utilisation records. |

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addUtil :: DynUtil -> DynUtil -> DynUtil |

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addUtil (DynUtil a1 a2 a3 a4) (DynUtil b1 b2 b3 b4) = |

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DynUtil (a1+b1) (a2+b2) (a3+b3) (a4+b4) |

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-- | Substracts one utilisation record from another. |

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subUtil :: DynUtil -> DynUtil -> DynUtil |

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subUtil (DynUtil a1 a2 a3 a4) (DynUtil b1 b2 b3 b4) = |

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DynUtil (a1-b1) (a2-b2) (a3-b3) (a4-b4) |

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-- | The description of an instance placement. It contains the |

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-- instance index, the new primary and secondary node, the move being |

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-- performed and the score of the cluster after the move. |

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type Placement = (Idx, Ndx, Ndx, IMove, Score) |

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-- | An instance move definition. |

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data IMove = Failover -- ^ Failover the instance (f) |

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| FailoverToAny Ndx -- ^ Failover to a random node |

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-- (fa:np), for shared storage |

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| ReplacePrimary Ndx -- ^ Replace primary (f, r:np, f) |

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| ReplaceSecondary Ndx -- ^ Replace secondary (r:ns) |

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| ReplaceAndFailover Ndx -- ^ Replace secondary, failover (r:np, f) |

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| FailoverAndReplace Ndx -- ^ Failover, replace secondary (f, r:ns) |

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deriving (Show) |

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-- | Formatted solution output for one move (involved nodes and |

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-- commands. |

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type MoveJob = ([Ndx], Idx, IMove, [String]) |

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-- | Unknown field in table output. |

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unknownField :: String |

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unknownField = "<unknown field>" |

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-- | A list of command elements. |

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type JobSet = [MoveJob] |

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-- | Default max disk usage ratio. |

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defReservedDiskRatio :: Double |

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defReservedDiskRatio = 0 |

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-- | Base memory unit. |

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unitMem :: Int |

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unitMem = 64 |

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-- | Base disk unit. |

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unitDsk :: Int |

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unitDsk = 256 |

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-- | Base vcpus unit. |

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unitCpu :: Int |

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unitCpu = 1 |

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-- | Base spindles unit. |

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unitSpindle :: Int |

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unitSpindle = 1 |

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-- | Reason for an operation's falure. |

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data FailMode = FailMem -- ^ Failed due to not enough RAM |

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| FailDisk -- ^ Failed due to not enough disk |

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| FailCPU -- ^ Failed due to not enough CPU capacity |

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| FailN1 -- ^ Failed due to not passing N1 checks |

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| FailTags -- ^ Failed due to tag exclusion |

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| FailDiskCount -- ^ Failed due to wrong number of disks |

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| FailSpindles -- ^ Failed due to wrong/missing spindles |

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| FailInternal -- ^ Internal error |

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deriving (Eq, Enum, Bounded, Show) |

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-- | List with failure statistics. |

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type FailStats = [(FailMode, Int)] |

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-- | Either-like data-type customized for our failure modes. |

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-- |

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-- The failure values for this monad track the specific allocation |

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-- failures, so this is not a general error-monad (compare with the |

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-- 'Result' data type). One downside is that this type cannot encode a |

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-- generic failure mode, hence our way to build a FailMode from string |

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-- will instead raise an exception. |

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type OpResult = GenericResult FailMode |

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-- | 'FromString' instance for 'FailMode' designed to catch unintended |

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-- use as a general monad. |

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instance FromString FailMode where |

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mkFromString v = error $ "Programming error: OpResult used as generic monad" |

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++ v |

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-- | Conversion from 'OpResult' to 'Result'. |

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opToResult :: OpResult a -> Result a |

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opToResult (Bad f) = Bad $ show f |

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opToResult (Ok v) = Ok v |

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-- | A generic class for items that have updateable names and indices. |

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class Element a where |

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-- | Returns the name of the element |

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nameOf :: a -> String |

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-- | Returns all the known names of the element |

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allNames :: a -> [String] |

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-- | Returns the index of the element |

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idxOf :: a -> Int |

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-- | Updates the alias of the element |

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setAlias :: a -> String -> a |

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-- | Compute the alias by stripping a given suffix (domain) from |

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-- the name |

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computeAlias :: String -> a -> a |

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computeAlias dom e = setAlias e alias |

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where alias = take (length name - length dom) name |

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name = nameOf e |

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-- | Updates the index of the element |

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setIdx :: a -> Int -> a |

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-- | The iallocator node-evacuate evac_mode type. |

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$(THH.declareSADT "EvacMode" |

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[ ("ChangePrimary", 'C.iallocatorNevacPri) |

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, ("ChangeSecondary", 'C.iallocatorNevacSec) |

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, ("ChangeAll", 'C.iallocatorNevacAll) |

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]) |

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$(THH.makeJSONInstance ''EvacMode) |

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-- | The repair modes for the auto-repair tool. |

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$(THH.declareSADT "AutoRepairType" |

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-- Order is important here: from least destructive to most. |

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[ ("ArFixStorage", 'C.autoRepairFixStorage) |

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, ("ArMigrate", 'C.autoRepairMigrate) |

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, ("ArFailover", 'C.autoRepairFailover) |

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, ("ArReinstall", 'C.autoRepairReinstall) |

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]) |

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-- | The possible auto-repair results. |

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$(THH.declareSADT "AutoRepairResult" |

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-- Order is important here: higher results take precedence when an object |

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-- has several result annotations attached. |

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[ ("ArEnoperm", 'C.autoRepairEnoperm) |

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, ("ArSuccess", 'C.autoRepairSuccess) |

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, ("ArFailure", 'C.autoRepairFailure) |

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]) |

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-- | The possible auto-repair policy for a given instance. |

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data AutoRepairPolicy |

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= ArEnabled AutoRepairType -- ^ Auto-repair explicitly enabled |

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| ArSuspended AutoRepairSuspendTime -- ^ Suspended temporarily, or forever |

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| ArNotEnabled -- ^ Auto-repair not explicitly enabled |

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deriving (Eq, Show) |

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-- | The suspend timeout for 'ArSuspended'. |

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data AutoRepairSuspendTime = Forever -- ^ Permanently suspended |

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| Until ClockTime -- ^ Suspended up to a certain time |

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deriving (Eq, Show) |

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-- | The possible auto-repair states for any given instance. |

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data AutoRepairStatus |

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= ArHealthy (Maybe AutoRepairData) -- ^ No problems detected with the instance |

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| ArNeedsRepair AutoRepairData -- ^ Instance has problems, no action taken |

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| ArPendingRepair AutoRepairData -- ^ Repair jobs ongoing for the instance |

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| ArFailedRepair AutoRepairData -- ^ Some repair jobs for the instance failed |

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deriving (Eq, Show) |

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-- | The data accompanying a repair operation (future, pending, or failed). |

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data AutoRepairData = AutoRepairData { arType :: AutoRepairType |

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, arUuid :: String |

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, arTime :: ClockTime |

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, arJobs :: [JobId] |

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, arResult :: Maybe AutoRepairResult |

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, arTag :: String |

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} |

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deriving (Eq, Show) |