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Hi, I Got This Screenshot From Our Workers Tab And Would Like To Clarify Some Understanding. I Noticed That The

Hi, i got this screenshot from our workers tab and would like to clarify some understanding. I noticed that the Total number of workers and Number of active workers are always in parallel with the active works significantly lower. This looks weird to me. I have multiple k8s-glue running, each subscribed to a queue.
What is the definition of a workers? What is the definition of an active worker? How do i interpret this graph? Is there a cap that i am unconsciously limiting to the active workers given that its running in parallel to the total workers for a whole month.

Posted one year ago
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Hi Jax
A worker is the ressources allocated to one agent. An active worker is working on an enqueued job.
This graph shows that some of your agents are working on tasks, and some are idling. Those ones might be assigned to empty queues. does that sound logical ?

Posted one year ago

Can you provide us a screenshot with a better resolution, to check the ratio between the total workers/active workers ?

Posted one year ago

Hi SubstantialElk6 , For the total workers graph we count all the workers that reported during the time period. For active workers we take only those who reported that they are running some task. since any K8s glue instance counts as an agent, I assume this is the reason for the difference

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