Github user njwhite commented on the issue:
    Actually, @kayousterhout - I'm not entirely sure what you expect for the 
semantics of maxShares in general. Maybe a worked example would help: if I have 
a pool X with 5 running tasks from Taskset A and a maxShares of 7. Pool X is a 
child of pool Y which has a maxShares of 8. I want to the schedule another task 
from Taskset A, so should the scheduler allow it or not? Do you need to know 
how many executors are currently running (and so the maximum number of tasks 
that could be run)?

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