Re: [cloudsimplus.org] What is the time slice of CloudletSchedulerTimeShared?

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Manoel Campos

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Apr 2, 2020, 7:02:53 PM4/2/20
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Hello, there is no timeslice in CloudletSchedulerTimeShared. The documentation just explains
an issue with this scheduler that is an oversimplification of an actual scheduler.
The CloudletSchedulerCompletelyFair actually computes the time slice according to the priority of each Cloudlet. The documentation is very thorough.
Time slice is a term from operating system. Check wikipedia for additional help.

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On Wed, Mar 25, 2020 at 1:22 PM Chigozie Asikaburu <chigozie....@gmail.com> wrote:
I wanted to know what the time slice (time for each cloudlet to be executed on a particular Vm) was for CloudletSchedulerTimeShared.java. In the example in the JavaDocs for the class it uses the example that each cloudlet has a 1 second time slice. Is the time slice always 1 second in CloudletSchedulerTimeShared? Is there a way to change the time slice for CloudletSchedulerTimeShared?

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Chigozie Asikaburu

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Apr 2, 2020, 7:26:44 PM4/2/20
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Okay thanks.  


On Thursday, April 2, 2020 at 7:02:53 PM UTC-4, Manoel Campos wrote:
Hello, there is no timeslice in CloudletSchedulerTimeShared. The documentation just explains
an issue with this scheduler that is an oversimplification of an actual scheduler.
The CloudletSchedulerCompletelyFair actually computes the time slice according to the priority of each Cloudlet. The documentation is very thorough.
Time slice is a term from operating system. Check wikipedia for additional help.

Manoel Campos da Silva Filho Software Engineer

Computer Science and Engineering Ph.D. Student at University of Beira Interior (Portugal)

Professor at Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Tocantins (Brazil)

http://manoelcampos.com


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On Wed, Mar 25, 2020 at 1:22 PM Chigozie Asikaburu <chigozie...@gmail.com> wrote:
I wanted to know what the time slice (time for each cloudlet to be executed on a particular Vm) was for CloudletSchedulerTimeShared.java. In the example in the JavaDocs for the class it uses the example that each cloudlet has a 1 second time slice. Is the time slice always 1 second in CloudletSchedulerTimeShared? Is there a way to change the time slice for CloudletSchedulerTimeShared?

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