The gear placement algorithm can be used to to validate/check the number of cartridge instances already in use.
Additionally, to you can restrict the cartridge as a "capability" to a few users by creating a new gear profile. You can and set this gear profile on a few nodes and then confine the cartridge (broker configuration) to be created on ONLY that gear profile. Finally, the users can be granted that gear size as a capability using oo-admin-ctl-user --allowgearsize.
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Wednesday, October 15, 2014 5:29:30 PMSubject:
Re: Cartridge usage limits
Some ideas which may help..
I don't know extensively, but the gear placement algorithm might help.
That or an incorrect use of districts/nodes/regions may work? Note...
On Tue, Oct 14, 2014 at 4:52 AM, Dan Trainor <dtrainor redhat com> wrote:
> Hi -
> Is there a method of being able to limit how many instances of a
> cartridge can be used, as if to curb the number of entitlements that
> might be associated with a particular cartridge?
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