wrench::CloudComputeServiceCreateVMRequestMessage

class CloudComputeServiceCreateVMRequestMessage : public wrench::CloudComputeServiceMessage

A message sent to a CloudComputeService to request a VM creation.

Public Functions

CloudComputeServiceCreateVMRequestMessage(simgrid::s4u::Mailbox *answer_mailbox, unsigned long num_cores, double ram_memory, const std::string &physical_host, WRENCH_PROPERTY_COLLECTION_TYPE property_list, WRENCH_MESSAGE_PAYLOADCOLLECTION_TYPE messagepayload_list, double payload)

Constructor.

Parameters:
  • answer_mailbox – the mailbox to which to send the answer

  • num_cores – the number of cores the service can use (use ComputeService::ALL_CORES to use all cores available on the host)

  • ram_memory – the VM’s RAM memory_manager_service capacity (use ComputeService::ALL_RAM to use all RAM available on the host, this can be lead to an out of memory_manager_service issue)

  • physical_host – the physical execution host (”” means “pick a name for me”)

  • property_list – a property list for the BareMetalComputeService that will run on the VM ({} means “use all defaults”)

  • messagepayload_list – a message payload list for the BareMetalComputeService that will run on the VM ({} means “use all defaults”)

  • payload – the message size in bytes

Throws:

std::invalid_argument

Public Members

simgrid::s4u::Mailbox *answer_mailbox

The mailbox to which the answer message should be sent.

WRENCH_MESSAGE_PAYLOADCOLLECTION_TYPE messagepayload_list

A message payload list for the bare_metal_standard_jobs that will run on the VM ({} means “use all defaults”)

unsigned long num_cores

The number of cores the service can use (0 means “use as many as there are cores on the host”)

std::string physical_host

The physical host on which the VM should be created (”” means “the service picks”)

WRENCH_PROPERTY_COLLECTION_TYPE property_list

A property list for the bare_metal_standard_jobs that will run on the VM ({} means “use all defaults”)

double ram_memory

The VM RAM memory_manager_service capacity (0 means “use all memory_manager_service available on the host”, this can be lead to out of memory_manager_service issue)