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    hyperflow-autoscaler-plugin

    0.12.0 • Public • Published

    Autoscaler

    Alternative to Kubernetes Autoscaler, that is focused on Hyperflow engine. It is intended to provide better scaling results, by utilizing workflow details and predictions and taking proper action according to selected scaling policy.

    Scaling kubernetes infrastructure is performed via custom providers.

    Installation

    $ npm install -g hyperflow-autoscaler-plugin
    

    Configration

    Plugin behavior is controlled via environmental variables.

    HF_VAR_autoscalerProvider

    Provider for managing cluster infrastructure.

    Possible values:

    • gcp -- Google Cloud Platform
    • kind -- Kubernets in Docker, for development only
    • dummy -- autoscaler will not perform any real cluster change
    • none -- completety disables autoscaler functionality

    HF_VAR_autoscalerMachineType

    Name of worker instance type.

    Possible values:

    • n1_highcpu_4
    • n1_highcpu_8
    • and so on

    HF_VAR_autoscalerPolicy

    "Rules" for scaling.

    Possible values:

    • react -- scale in reactive way, by adjusting cluster to current demand
    • predict -- scale cluster with workflow preditions

    HF_VAR_autoscalerEstimator

    This applies to predict policy; specifies estimator.

    Possible values:

    • process -- per process estimations
    • workflow -- per workflow estimations (Token-like method)

    HF_VAR_autoscalerGKEPool

    This applies to gcp provider only; specifies name of workers node pool.

    Default value: "default-pool"

    HF_VAR_autoscalerJobLabel

    This applies to gcp provider only; specifies the label of job pods. Might be used when they are pending pods that are not HyperFlow jobs.

    Example value: "hyperflow"

    HF_VAR_autoscalerInitialDelay

    This applies to gcp provider only; specifies the inital delay for engine, in seconds.

    Default value: "30"

    HF_VAR_autoscalerPredictTime

    This applies to predict policy only; specifies the time of planning and analyzing, in milliseconds.

    Default value: 5 minutes

    Usage

    $ hflow run /wf_dir -p hyperflow-autoscaler-plugin
    

    Install

    npm i hyperflow-autoscaler-plugin

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    8

    Version

    0.12.0

    License

    MIT

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    478 kB

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