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MM_SCHED(1)							   User Commands						       MM_SCHED(1)

NAME
mm_sched - OpenNebula scheduler process SYNOPSIS
mm_sched DESCRIPTION
mm_sched is OpenNebula scheduler process, in charge of the VM to cluster node matching. mm_sched is started by one(1) startup script FILES
/var/log/one/sched.log The scheduler log file. COPYRIGHT
OpenNebula is Copyright 2002-2010, Distributed Systems Architecture Group, Universidad Complutense de Madrid (dsa-research.org) AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Damien Raude-Morvan <drazzib@debian.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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ICECREAM(1)						      Icecream User's Manual						       ICECREAM(1)

NAME
scheduler - Icecream scheduler SYNOPSIS
scheduler [-n | --netname name] [-p | --port port] [-h | --help] [-l | --log-file file] [-d | --daemonize] [-r | --allow-run-as-user] [-v [v [v]]] DESCRIPTION
The Icecream scheduler is the central instance of an Icecream compile network. It distributes the compile jobs and provides the data for the monitors. OPTIONS
-n, --netname netname The name of the Icecream network the scheduler controls. -p, --port port IP port the scheduler uses. -h, --help Print help message. -l, --log-file logfile Name of file where log output is written to. -d, --daemonize Detach daemon from shell. -v, -vv, -vvv Control verbosity of daemon. The more v the more verbose. -r, --allow-run-as-user Force running the scheduler with user rights. Usually you will need to run the scheduler with root rights. SEE ALSO
icecream, scheduler, iceccd, icemon AUTHOR
Cornelius Schumacher Icecream April 21th, 2005 ICECREAM(1)
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