MM_SCHED(1) User Commands MM_SCHED(1)NAME
mm_sched - OpenNebula scheduler process
mm_sched is OpenNebula scheduler process, in charge of the VM to cluster node matching. mm_sched is started by one(1) startup script
The scheduler log file.
OpenNebula is Copyright 2002-2010, Distributed Systems Architecture Group, Universidad Complutense de Madrid (dsa-research.org)
This manual page was written by Damien Raude-Morvan <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).
SEE ALSO one(1), oned(1)mm_sched August 2010 MM_SCHED(1)
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scheduler - Icecream scheduler
scheduler [-n | --netname name] [-p | --port port] [-h | --help] [-l | --log-file file] [-d | --daemonize] [-r | --allow-run-as-user]
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OPTIONS -n, --netname netname
The name of the Icecream network the scheduler controls.
-p, --port port
IP port the scheduler uses.
Print help message.
-l, --log-file logfile
Name of file where log output is written to.
Detach daemon from shell.
-v, -vv, -vvv
Control verbosity of daemon. The more v the more verbose.
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