1. 28 May, 2003 1 commit
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  5. 26 Mar, 2003 1 commit
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      Fix up the swap request message to use the new slothd info. Now it says · 3556ab99
      Mac Newbold authored
      how long they've been idle and what the time of last activity was on their
      nodes. And now do proper wordwrapping on the message instead of static
      apriori newline placement.
      Also add the ability to do some formatting on the idle time to those
      functions, and use it to make the swap request message a little better.
      ("H hours, M minutes" instead of "X.Y hours").
  6. 24 Mar, 2003 1 commit
  7. 05 Dec, 2002 1 commit
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      First set of changes for proj head and all group roots in the group to get · 0c8a345c
      Mac Newbold authored
      mail instead of just the proj head. So far, the only mail that really does
      it is the swap requests, but others are coming soon, especially new user
      application mail and the like.
      Also clarified some of the documentation about students starting projects.
      New project page says they can't, and that their advisor has to do it,
      then links to auth.html, which says they can with prior special
      permission. Hopefully we won't get too many more students making project
      apps and messing things up.
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  11. 12 Jul, 2002 1 commit
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      Several small but much-needed changes to idle detection. Soon I'll · d5bf0bdb
      Mac Newbold authored
      give this stuff a major overhaul when we move to the model where we
      have data on when each node was last "touched" or actively used. (Most
      of these changes will still be relevant.)
      1. Fix a bug in idlecheck that we didn't really thing much about. It
      turns out that the WanSpread people have had a 17 node expt idle for
      over three weeks, we didn't detect it because the nodes were running
      ospf and generating lots of network traffic on the exptl. net. We now
      ignore the exptl. network traffic as a source of activity if they have
      automatic ospf routing happening. We also ignore nodes that have any
      trafgen endpoints.
      2. After the changes in idlecheck, I updated idle view to correctly
      handle a new flag idlecheck outputs to let us know that an expt has
      ospf running and may be falsely inactive because we ignored net
      traffic. It will probably be very rare that an active expt that is
      running ospf will have only network activity and no tty activity, but
      it is a potential source of false positives. I also did some random
      libifying. There were some hard coded references to emulab.net that I
      fixed to properly use the variables from the defs file.
      3. I also updated request_swapexp.php3. It now inlcudes in the email
      message a blurb about automatic swapping, depending on whether or not
      they're marked swappable. (If swappable, it says "This experiment is
      marked as swappable, so it may be automatically swapped out by
      Emulab.Net or its operational staff." and if unswappable, it says
      "This experiment has not been marked swappable, so it will not be
      automatically swapped out.") It also has a reference to the Node Usage
      Policy and gives the URL. So we now give them fair warning about
      potentially getting swapped out and what our policies are.
  12. 07 Jul, 2002 1 commit
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  14. 18 Jun, 2002 1 commit
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      Add swap request tracking. Two new columns in expt table (swap_requests · 37cbb3e8
      Mac Newbold authored
      and last_swap_req) track the count and last time a request was sent.
      The counters all get reset by idlecheck every time it runs unless it
      detects you as inactive. Then when you go to send a swap request, it
      will show you the info about how many have been sent and when the last
      one was, and will let you know if the swap request will also go to the
      proj leader if you send it. When you send the request, the email
      mentions how many reminders you've been sent already, and only gets
      cc'd to proj head on the third message (or more). Then it updates the
      count and the timestamp of the last request sent.
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