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Docker container which ProActive Scheduler with standard configuration.
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Docker container with ProActive Scheduler in standard configuration.

Arguments to ProActive Scheduler

Arguments given to the container a directly passed to the ProActive Scheduler. Find more details on the
ProActive documentation:

How to start the ProActive Scheduler

The Scheduler runs by default with zero nodes (it is configured in the start script with -ln 0).

The Scheduler opens a few ports like the web interface and the Resource Manager. Furthermore it promotes
itself on the bound network interface. As a matter of fact the Scheduler container needs to run
with access to the host network interface, that is done by the Docker run option --net=host.

We want to bind the Scheduler to a specific network interface especially if the computer
has more than one. Otherwise the Scheduler will choose an interface itself.
One can specify the interface to bind to with the option.
Example: // The network interface's IP address with its netmask in CIDR notation.

Example Docker command:

docker run -d --name=pa-scheduler --net=host tobwiens/proactive-scheduler:latest

Check if the Scheduler is started correctly

Check if the Scheduler is started correctly with the following Docker command:

docker logs pa-scheduler


In order to troubleshoot, find the Scheduler logs inside the container in the directory: /data/scheduling/logs.
You can read the logs directly with the following command:

docker exec -ti pa-scheduler less /data/scheduling/logs/Scheduler.log
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