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CLI.hs 13.6 kB
Cluster.hs 28.8 kB
Container.hs 3 kB
ExtLoader.hs 5 kB
IAlloc.hs 5.5 kB
Instance.hs 5.4 kB
Loader.hs 7.6 kB
Luxi.hs 6 kB
Node.hs 16 kB
PeerMap.hs 2.8 kB
QC.hs 8.6 kB
Rapi.hs 4.6 kB
Simu.hs 2.2 kB
Text.hs 3.6 kB
Types.hs 5 kB
Utils.hs 5.6 kB 201 Bytes

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# Date Author Comment
1cea2e1e 12/02/2009 04:58 pm Iustin Pop

Fix typo breaking LUXI backend

This really shows the need for actual dist-time full testing (not

434c15d5 12/02/2009 12:57 pm Iustin Pop

Fix unittests after instance tags addition

f5e67f55 12/01/2009 02:49 pm Iustin Pop

Configure exclusion tags via the cluster tags

This patch adds reading of the exclusion tags from the cluster tags: any
tags starting with htools:iextags: will convert their suffix into an
exclusion tags prefix. In other words, "htools:iextags:service" will...

669ea132 12/01/2009 01:24 pm Iustin Pop

Read cluster tags in the IAllocator backend

f89235f1 12/01/2009 12:47 pm Iustin Pop

Read cluster tags in the LUXI backend

ea017cbc 12/01/2009 11:53 am Iustin Pop

Read cluster tags in the RAPI backend

This also shows them in hbal in verbose mode.

94e05c32 11/27/2009 05:13 pm Iustin Pop

Introduce support for reading the cluster tags

While these are not actually populated from the backends, and all the
programs ignore them, this patch contains the changes in the function
types required.

d844fe88 11/17/2009 11:44 am Iustin Pop

Use conflicting primaries count in cluster score

This small patch adds the number of conflicting primaries in the cluster
score. This is different from the other non-CV metrics where we usually
compute the percentage of failing instances (for that metric); but for a...

e27eb8ab 11/17/2009 11:44 am Iustin Pop

Specialize the math functions

The statistics functions are currently defined as polymorphic with a
Floating constraint. Changing this to monomorphic on Double type makes
them stricter and much more performant (~70% speedup). This is a cheap
way to recoup some of the loses incurred by the recent proliferation of...

185297fa 11/17/2009 11:44 am Iustin Pop

Collapse the statistical functions into one

This allows us to get rid of two duplicate list length computations,
with a minor speedup.

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