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We would like to take advantage AWS spot instance to low cost. We create spot request without biding price but with max price to avoid interruption. Idea, we also HF can cancel spot request with a period time say 2 hours which should be configurable.
Enhance audit logs to capture events information in Spectrum Symphony 220.127.116.11
The currently audit logs do not capture the source IP from which the events are trigrred. It only captures the master host IP which is not correct as the actions are triggered from the browser by a user from it client machine into the PMC GUI.
[Process]ToSlotRatio implementation across soam and ego
In symphony SOAM layer, in application profile, service instance has serviceToSlotRatio defined which tells the system how much cluster compute resources each symphony task would take upon execution.* Funny enough, there is no such serviceToSlotR...
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