[pve-devel] applied-series: [PATCH cluster/manager v2] add scheduling daemon for pvesr + vzdump (and more)

Thomas Lamprecht t.lamprecht at proxmox.com
Wed Nov 10 21:42:06 CET 2021


On 08.11.21 14:07, Dominik Csapak wrote:
> pve-cluster:
> 
> Dominik Csapak (1):
>   add 'jobs.cfg' to observed files
> 
>  data/PVE/Cluster.pm | 1 +
>  data/src/status.c   | 1 +
>  2 files changed, 2 insertions(+)
> 
> pve-manager:
> 
> Dominik Csapak (5):
>   add PVE/Jobs to handle VZDump jobs
>   pvescheduler: run jobs from jobs.cfg
>   api/backup: refactor string for all days
>   api/backup: handle new vzdump jobs
>   ui: dc/backup: show id+schedule instead of dow+starttime
> 
> Thomas Lamprecht (1):
>   replace systemd timer with pvescheduler daemon


applied series, thanks! It's obv. time to call it a day now as I forgot to apply
Dylan's and Aaron's T-b tags, sorry about that, but they certainly assured me
and allowed to invest less time here, thanks to both of you testers!

I made a few smaller followup on top:

bd0af783 ui: form/calendar event: add some more complex examples
90d66ebf ui: form/calendar event: increase width of combobox picker
9569c89b ui: backup job: limit ID to 20 chars for now
3fc5bbc4 ui: backup job: ellipsize read-only ID on edit
ae8c5aba ui: backup job: avoid row wrapping due to overly long label

@Dominik, please still check the other reply to the followup series:
https://lists.proxmox.com/pipermail/pve-devel/2021-November/050863.html

And I think now it would be a good time to add that scheduler simulation API call
to get the next X actual date-times and calendar event would trigger, which we
could use to provide a small button for the users to show them their 10 (or so)
next events, at least that functionality from `systemd-analyze calendar <event>`
always helps me a lot to reassure my systemd.timer units are going off as planned ^^




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