« Previous | Next » 

Revision f9e7e331


Added by Klaus Aehlig almost 11 years ago

In tiered allocation, cut non-promising shrinking tries

The heuristics for tiered allocation has been improved in that it
chooses to shrink such a resource next where by shrinking only this
resource a valid allocation can be made, if such a resource exists.
In order to decide whether such a resource exists, all potential
sizes of this resource are verified. We can improve performance by
cutting, as soon a potential allocation of an instance is no longer
blocked on this resource.

Signed-off-by: Klaus Aehlig <>
Reviewed-by: Guido Trotter <>


  • added
  • modified
  • copied
  • renamed
  • deleted

View differences