[Openvas-discuss] Restrict concurrent tasks
Thijs.Stuurman at internedservices.nl
Tue Jan 10 11:38:58 CET 2017
Not to my knowledge and it's quite annoying. I have 1 master and 2 slaves running the jobs and I completely gave up on scheduling with OpenVAS.
Why care about which day/hour it starts and why limit it to a specific amount of runtime, hell if I know how long something will take.
Currently I am using / developing my own bash script which calls and parses omp to schedule a maximum of 2 jobs per slave; any job that hasn't run the current month.
I haven't worked it out nicely enough to release it or perhaps rewrite it in python but it's doing wonders to just let things work for me.
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Van: Openvas-discuss [mailto:openvas-discuss-bounces at wald.intevation.org] Namens Bryan Brannigan
Verzonden: Monday, January 9, 2017 7:15 PM
Aan: openvas-discuss at wald.intevation.org
Onderwerp: [Openvas-discuss] Restrict concurrent tasks
Is it possible to restrict the number of concurrent tasks started? I have 22 tasks scheduled to start at the same time, but can really only handle 5 concurrently. I'm trying to avoid rolling schedules if possible.
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