Re: number of cores
Andrija - not sure about your 3.4GHz cores - must a be a simplified lookup somewhere making assumptions.
Eric - have just tried your scenario in my 4.11.2RC5 lab (admittedly with VMware, not KVM) - and I can see my core allocation keeps going up, e.g. at the moment it sits at 166% - 10 out of 6 cores used. However it doesn't stop me starting new VMs (only using 30-40% CPU and memory).
Are you sure it's the core count preventing you from starting VMs? What do the logs say? (Also keep in mind your system VMs are now using more resources that before).
On 19/11/2018, 17:15, "Eric Lee Green" <eric.lee.green@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 11/19/18 03:56, Andrija Panic wrote:
> Hi Ugo,
> Why would you want to do this, just curious ?
> I believe it's not possible, but anyway (at least with KVM, probably same
> for other hypervisors) it doesn't even makes sense/use, since when
> deploying a VM, ACS query host free/unused number of MHz (GHz), so it's not
> even relevant for ACS - number of cores in not relevant in ACS calculations
> during VM deployment.
I think you are misunderstanding the question. I have 72 cores in my
cluster. Each of my hosts has 24 cores. With 4.9.2, I can provision 10
virtual machines, each of which is programmed with 8 cores, meaning 80
cores total. They on average are using only 25% of the CPU available to
them (they need to be able to burst) and my compute servers on average
are only 40% CPU used so that is not a problem.
When I tried upgrading to 4.11.1, the dashboard showed a new value "#
of CPU Cores" in red and showed that I had more cores provisioned for
virtual machines than available in the cluster (80 versus 72 available).
Cloudstack would not launch new virtual machines. I shut down two
virtual machines, and now I can launch one, but not the second because I
would need 80 cores total in my cluster. I cannot launch all 10 virtual
machines because I would need 80 cores total. I know this because I
tried it. I then used MySQL to tell Cloudstack that each of my hosts has
48 cores (144 total), and suddenly I can launch all of my virtual machines.
Is this a bug in 4.11.1? Or is this expected behavior? If expected
behavior, is there a way to over-provision "total # of cores used" other
than to go into MySQL and tell it that my hosts have more cores than
they in fact have? (Note that my service offerings are limited to 8
cores max, so there's no way to launch a single VM with more cores than
exists on a physical host, since all my hosts have 24 cores).
> On Mon, Nov 19, 2018, 11:31 Ugo Vasi <firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> in the dashboard of an ACS installation vesion 22.214.171.124 (Ubuntu 16.04
>> with KVM hypervisor), the new entry "# of CPU Cores" appears.
>> Is it possible to over-provision like for MHz or storage?
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