Hosts Table Usage¶
The Hosts table displays the list of available hosts (Kraken Kubernetes Only).
It displays one host for every Kubernetes node that is not a master node (
The table is empty on Kraken Docker. Only one static host can be used (the local machine) to execute task.
|ID||The ID of the host. Only hosts with an ID can be used to execute a task (The
||You can filter generated Grafana reports on these IDs.|
|Name||The host name.||
|Addresses||A list of addresses.|
|CPU||The number of allocatable CPU units/the total number of CPU units.||See Kubernetes nodes capacity|
|Memory||The allocatable memory/the total memory.||See Kubernetes nodes capacity|
|Owner||The host owner. Public if anyone can use it, a user ID otherwise.|
Hosts IDs on Kubernetes are automatically generated by the backend on startup. You can update them using the buttons on the right of the table:
- Set Host ID: updates the host ID,
- Detach Host: removes the host ID (cannot be used to run tasks anymore),
- Attach Host: set the host ID (can be used to run tasks).
Hosts Table Shortcuts¶
The following keyboard shortcuts are available when the Hosts Table is selected (a blue border around the table indicates that it has the focus):
||Select the previous host|
||Select the next host|
||Detaches the host ( +
||Attach/Set ID for the selected host|