[Oar-commits] r2695 - trunk/Docs/presentations/porto-alegre-02-2009

bzizou at users.gforge.inria.fr bzizou at users.gforge.inria.fr
Mon Mar 1 12:42:11 CET 2010


Author: bzizou
Date: 2010-03-01 12:42:10 +0100 (Mon, 01 Mar 2010)
New Revision: 2695

Modified:
   trunk/Docs/presentations/porto-alegre-02-2009/oar_brasil2010.tex
Log:
Corrections

Modified: trunk/Docs/presentations/porto-alegre-02-2009/oar_brasil2010.tex
===================================================================
--- trunk/Docs/presentations/porto-alegre-02-2009/oar_brasil2010.tex	2010-03-01 09:59:54 UTC (rev 2694)
+++ trunk/Docs/presentations/porto-alegre-02-2009/oar_brasil2010.tex	2010-03-01 11:42:10 UTC (rev 2695)
@@ -181,7 +181,7 @@
 		\begin{itemize}
     \item Classical features +
     \item Advance Reservation
-		\item {\bf Hierarchical experessions into requests }
+		\item {\bf Hierarchical expressions into requests }
 		\item {\bf Different types of resources (ex licence, storage capacity, network capacity...)  }
 		\item {\bf Container tasks} ({\em recursive, task submission inside another task})
 		\item {\bf Besteffort tasks} (zero priority task, highly used by {\em CiGri}) 
@@ -305,7 +305,7 @@
 	Scheduling is the step \footnote{{\bf Note:} scheduling is computed again at each major change in the state of a task.}
 at which the system selects the {\bf ressources to give} to tasks {\bf and starting dates}.
 \\[0.4cm]
-	Scheduling is made following a {\bf rule} that is defined by a {\bf scheduling algorithm}.
+	Scheduling is made following a {\bf policy} that is defined by a {\bf scheduling algorithm}.
 \\[0.4cm]
 	{\bf Furthermore} numerous {\bf parameters} are used to guide and scope the allocations and priorities.
  
@@ -317,7 +317,7 @@
 	Tasks are put into queues
 	\begin{itemize}
 		\item each queue as a priority level
-		\item each queue obey to a scheduling rule
+		\item each queue obey to a scheduling policy
 	\end{itemize}
 %equivalent to scheduling jobs with priorities but easier to administrate
 \includegraphics[width=\textwidth]{schedule_eng.pdf}
@@ -342,7 +342,7 @@
 
 
 \begin{frame}
-	\frametitle{Scheduling rules}
+	\frametitle{Scheduling policies}
 		\begin{itemize}
 		\item FIFO (First-In First-Out)
 		\item First-Fit (Backfilling)
@@ -624,9 +624,10 @@
  \begin{block}{}
   \begin{itemize}
     \item {\bf Versatile and customizable}
-    \item Functionalities level like 
+    \item Features level like other products
     \item Very stable
-    \item Version stable:  {\bf {\em 2.4.1 (Thriller)}} (.tgz, .deb, .rpm)
+    \item Current stable version:  {\bf {\em 2.4.1 (Thriller)}} (.tgz, .deb, .rpm)
+    \item Next version in a few weeks, with a new energy saving module:  {\bf {\em 2.4.2}} (.tgz, .deb, .rpm)
     \item This is a continuously evolving domain 
   \end{itemize}
  \end{block}




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