Plan classes

Bernd Machenschalk
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Whoever doesn't know (or doesn't want to know) what a 'plan class' is can safely ignore this message.

Others may have noticed the line "Couldn't open plan class spec file '../plan_class_spec.xml'" in the scheduler logs.

This points to a feature of our current scheduler that allows us to specify & change plan classes without going through the hazzle of editing code, recompiling and replacing the scheduler. We just need to edit a config file.

I just put such a config file into place on E@H. The plan classes defined there are meant to be identical to what was previously hardcoded in our sched_config file. IOW you should not notice any difference to the previous behavior, apart from that the line cited above should now read "reading plan classes from file '../plan_class_spec.xml'"

If, however, you do notice a change in the application versions your client(s) get sent, please speak up!

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Plan classes

Hm. There appears to be a problem with that paln class configuration code that I don't have enough time to fix right now.

I switched back to the old behavior (w/o config file) until I have more time to investigate.

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Ok, after fixing a couple of

Ok, after fixing a couple of issues with the code we used previously I again switched to using a "plan class configuration file". This means that the code in the scheduler used for plan class selection is different from before. You shouldn't notice any difference on your end (apart from the 'no work messages' the Client gets send), but don't hesitate to post here if you do.

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