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 */
/** @file:
 *
 * The Open RTE Resource Allocation Subsystem (RAS)
 * 
 * The resource allocation subsystem is responsible for determining
 * what (if any) resources have been allocated to the specified job
 * (via some prior action), and to obtain an allocation (if possible)
 * if resources have NOT been previously allocated. It is anticipated
 * that ORTE users will execute an "mpirun" or other command that
 * invokes ORTE through one of two channels:
 * 
 * 1. the user will login to the computing resource they intend
 * to use, request a resource allocation from that system, and then
 * execute the mpirun or other command. Thus, the allocation has
 * already been obtained prior to ORTE's initialization.  In most
 * cases, systems pass allocation information via environmental
 * parameters.  Thus, the RAS components must know the correct
 * environmental parameter to look for within the environment they
 * seek to support (e.g., an LSF component should know that LSF passes
 * allocation parameters as a specific LSF-named entity).
 * 
 * 2. the user issues an mpirun command or an application that uses
 * ORTE without obtaining an allocation in advance. Thus, the associated
 * RAS component must know how to request an allocation from the
 * designated resource. If it doesn't, or it cannot obtain the allocation,
 * then it shall indicate this by setting the system to an appropriate
 * state.
 */

#ifndef ORTE_MCA_RAS_H
#define ORTE_MCA_RAS_H

#include "orte_config.h"
#include "orte/constants.h"
#include "orte/types.h"

#include "opal/mca/mca.h"
#include "opal/mca/event/event.h"
#include "opal/class/opal_list.h"

#include "orte/runtime/orte_globals.h"

#include "ras_types.h"

BEGIN_C_DECLS

/* allocation event - the event one activates to schedule resource
 * allocation for pending jobs
 */
ORTE_DECLSPEC extern opal_event_t orte_allocate_event;

/*
 * ras module functions - these are not accessible to the outside world,
 * but are defined here by convention
 */

/**
 * Allocate resources to a job.
 */
typedef int (*orte_ras_base_module_allocate_fn_t)(orte_job_t *jdata,
                                                  opal_list_t *nodes);

/**
 * Cleanup module resources.
 */
typedef int (*orte_ras_base_module_finalize_fn_t)(void);

/**
 * ras module
 */
struct orte_ras_base_module_2_0_0_t {
    /** Allocation function pointer */
    orte_ras_base_module_allocate_fn_t              allocate;
    /** Finalization function pointer */
    orte_ras_base_module_finalize_fn_t              finalize;
};
/** Convenience typedef */
typedef struct orte_ras_base_module_2_0_0_t orte_ras_base_module_2_0_0_t;
/** Convenience typedef */
typedef orte_ras_base_module_2_0_0_t orte_ras_base_module_t;

/*
 * ras component
 */

/**
 * Component init / selection
 * ras component
 */
struct orte_ras_base_component_2_0_0_t {
    /** Base MCA structure */
    mca_base_component_t base_version;
    /** Base MCA data */
    mca_base_component_data_t base_data;
};
/** Convenience typedef */
typedef struct orte_ras_base_component_2_0_0_t orte_ras_base_component_2_0_0_t;
/** Convenience typedef */
typedef orte_ras_base_component_2_0_0_t orte_ras_base_component_t;


/**
 * Macro for use in components that are of type ras
 */
#define ORTE_RAS_BASE_VERSION_2_0_0 \
  MCA_BASE_VERSION_2_0_0, \
  "ras", 2, 0, 0


END_C_DECLS

#endif