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neyron [Example 5: verify correct resources definitions]
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neyron [Example 5: verify correct resources definitions]
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-Here both switch > cluster, or cluster > switch can be valid (some clusters spread their nodes on many switches, some clusters share a same switch). ​Disks are special resources to reserve disks on hosts, independently from cpu, gpu and coresLicenses are yet a completly independente ​type of resources+Here both switch > cluster, or cluster > switch can be valid (some clusters spread their nodes on many switches, some clusters share a same switch). ​A GPU never spans several CPUs. The disk property defines ​special resources to reserve disks on hosts, independently from cpu, gpu and core propertiesThe license property is yet a completely independent ​type of resource
  
 Any of those resources properties can define a valid hierarchy or resources, for instance: Any of those resources properties can define a valid hierarchy or resources, for instance:
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