Very cool feature.
I’ve seen some recent changes
(MESOS-6096<https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/MESOS-6096>) in the
mesos-execute cli supporting grouped tasks which spawns the task-group on an
arbitrary or specified agent node. Tested this yesterday and it works great.
But if the task group holds a lot of one-off tasks (let’s say 50 tasks each 4
cores,…) how could one achieve that tasks are evenly distributed over several
agents, depending on free resources? Don’t know if this is referred to pods,
but do you think mesos-execute will support this?
Currently I’m using chronos & cook for batch scheduling, but I’d like to
achieve that every batch/group of tasks runs in its own temporary framework
like it does with mesos-execute
Thanks in advance & kind regards,
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From: Vinod Kone [mailto:vinodk...@apache.org]
Sent: Dienstag, 9. August 2016 02:54
To: dev; user
Subject: Support for tasks groups aka pods in Mesos
One of the most requested features in Mesos has been first class support for
managing pod like containers. We finally have some time to focus and shepherd
The epic tracking this work is :
Design doc: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/MESOS-2449
Your feedback on the design will be most welcome. Once we get agreement on the
design, we can start breaking down the epic into tickets.
Vinod & Jie