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[Workload Scheduling Policy] SOAM - Policy - Task scheduled to service instance under initialization instead of those ready to run tasks
The service has the logic to restart itself once memory utilization hits certain threshold. It returns a control code(1) when finishing a task, and upon this control code, SI is configured to restart itself. However, tasks are found to be dispatched to SI that is being restarted and in initialization (not ready yet), when there are other SIs that are ready to run tasks. Although the task itself only takes sub second to compute, the service startup may takes around 40 seconds before it can serve any tasks. And for this, it delays the turnaround of the whole session.
It seems current Symphony design is that SSM only gets the SI status from SIM asynchronously. if SI is restarted during a session, SSM has no way to check whether SI is started before sending tasks to SIM instance and can not avoid sending tasks to an unready SI.
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