[Starlingx-discuss] Resource requirement for Starlingx
Greg.Waines at windriver.com
Mon Nov 9 00:11:58 UTC 2020
All of the existing install guides have a section on “Minimum Hardware Requirements” (i.e. I think you want minimum not maximum, right ?)
e.g. for the aio-simplex
From: "Rai, Ankush" <Ankush.Rai at commscope.com>
Date: Saturday, November 7, 2020 at 9:04 AM
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Subject: Re: [Starlingx-discuss] Resource requirement for Starlingx
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Please reply on this. Any input will be very useful to conclude on available resource pool for user applications.
From: Rai, Ankush
Sent: Thursday, November 5, 2020 8:30 PM
To: starlingx-discuss at lists.starlingx.io
Subject: Resource requirement for Starlingx
How to evaluate the resource usage by Starling platform (Not running the Openstack applications)? What would be the maximum requirement for below resources?
* Processor core -
* Hyper threads -
* Memory -
* Primary disk -
The objective of this question is to find out the available resources pool for application deployment.
For an example if the worker node hardware has ‘X’ Hyper-Threads and on an average ‘Y’ Hyper-Threads would be used by Starlingx platform, then remaining Hyper-Thread would be available for user applications.
How do I get this ‘Y’ portion of resource here?
Note: the deployment is not going to host the Openstack (stx-openstack), so its overhead can be excluded.
Is this something, that can be concluded by starligx admin portal, PlatformHost -> InventoryHost -> Detail:
Available Size (GiB)
PERC H740P Mini
Reserved for Platform: 7000 MiB
Usable Total: 121390 MiB
Available: 121390 MiB
What does this CPU profile means? is this provides a way to reserve/associate CPUs for user applications ?
Any pointers to understand the resource allocation in starlingx ?
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