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[rundeck] Orchestrator Plugin Development: how to determine if a node already have a running job?
I'd like to develop a orchestrator plugin, which is similar to "Random
Subsets", but selects only idle nodes.
My question is on the definition of "idle nodes": how do I determine if a
node does not have any job being executed on them?
The web API would let you find out. You'd have to list the currently
running executions (
) and for
each one get the state info about them (
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> Subsets", but selects only idle nodes.
> My question is on the definition of "idle nodes": how do I determine if a
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