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Expose instance counts for singularity requests #1626

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@ssalinas ssalinas commented Oct 6, 2017

This adds an endpoint that exposes the counts of tasks that are active/pending/healthy/unhealthy. Debating changing it to be the list of task ids rather than just the counts so we could then use it to possibly display which tasks are healthy in the ui.

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@ssalinas ssalinas commented Oct 6, 2017

Also fyi @kwm4385 , this would give us information for the request detail page so we could display which of the active tasks are currently healthy. It would be a single endpoint that could replace the pending/cleaning/active calls

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@darcatron darcatron commented Oct 12, 2017

worked fine on my local testing against qa 🚢

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@ssalinas ssalinas merged commit 98f3f6a into master Oct 12, 2017
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