nomad 0.4.0+dfsg-1 source package in Ubuntu

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nomad (0.4.0+dfsg-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release [June 2016] (Closes: #831036).
    + temporary switched to bundled "github.com/hashicorp/consul".
  * Build-Depends:
    = golang-github-fsouza-go-dockerclient-dev (>= 0.0+git20160622~)
    = golang-github-hashicorp-scada-client-dev (>= 0.0~git20160601~)
    + golang-github-mitchellh-colorstring-dev
    + golang-github-mitchellh-go-ps-dev
    + golang-github-nytimes-gziphandler-dev
    + golang-golang-x-tools-dev
  * rules: --parallel build.
  * init: added support for 'reload' command.
    + Depends += "procps".
  * New patches to disable some failing tests.

 -- Dmitry Smirnov <email address hidden>  Sun, 17 Jul 2016 09:28:09 +1000

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nomad: distributed, highly available, datacenter-aware scheduler

 Nomad is a cluster manager, designed for both long lived services and
 short lived batch processing workloads. Developers use a declarative job
 specification to submit work, and Nomad ensures constraints are satisfied
 and resource utilization is optimized by efficient task packing. Nomad
 supports all major operating systems and virtualized, containerized,
 or standalone applications.
 The key features of Nomad are:
 .
  * Docker Support: Jobs can specify tasks which are Docker containers.
  Nomad will automatically run the containers on clients which have Docker
  installed, scale up and down based on the number of instances request,
  and automatically recover from failures.
 .
  * Multi-Datacenter and Multi-Region Aware: Nomad is designed to be a
  global-scale scheduler. Multiple datacenters can be managed as part of a
  larger region, and jobs can be scheduled across datacenters if requested.
  Multiple regions join together and federate jobs making it easy to run
  jobs anywhere.
 .
  * Operationally Simple:
  Nomad runs as a single binary that can be either a client or server, and
  is completely self contained. Nomad does not require any external
  services for storage or coordination. This means Nomad combines the
  features of a resource manager and scheduler in a single system.
 .
  * Distributed and Highly-Available: Nomad servers cluster together and
  perform leader election and state replication to provide high
  availability in the face of failure. The Nomad scheduling engine is
  optimized for optimistic concurrency allowing all servers to make
  scheduling decisions to maximize throughput.
 .
  * HashiCorp Ecosystem: Nomad integrates with the entire HashiCorp
  ecosystem of tools. Along with all HashiCorp tools, Nomad is designed in
  the unix philosophy of doing something specific and doing it well. Nomad
  integrates with tools like Packer, Consul, and Terraform to support
  building artifacts, service discovery, monitoring and capacity
  management.

nomad-dbgsym: debug symbols for package nomad

 Nomad is a cluster manager, designed for both long lived services and
 short lived batch processing workloads. Developers use a declarative job
 specification to submit work, and Nomad ensures constraints are satisfied
 and resource utilization is optimized by efficient task packing. Nomad
 supports all major operating systems and virtualized, containerized,
 or standalone applications.
 The key features of Nomad are:
 .
  * Docker Support: Jobs can specify tasks which are Docker containers.
  Nomad will automatically run the containers on clients which have Docker
  installed, scale up and down based on the number of instances request,
  and automatically recover from failures.
 .
  * Multi-Datacenter and Multi-Region Aware: Nomad is designed to be a
  global-scale scheduler. Multiple datacenters can be managed as part of a
  larger region, and jobs can be scheduled across datacenters if requested.
  Multiple regions join together and federate jobs making it easy to run
  jobs anywhere.
 .
  * Operationally Simple:
  Nomad runs as a single binary that can be either a client or server, and
  is completely self contained. Nomad does not require any external
  services for storage or coordination. This means Nomad combines the
  features of a resource manager and scheduler in a single system.
 .
  * Distributed and Highly-Available: Nomad servers cluster together and
  perform leader election and state replication to provide high
  availability in the face of failure. The Nomad scheduling engine is
  optimized for optimistic concurrency allowing all servers to make
  scheduling decisions to maximize throughput.
 .
  * HashiCorp Ecosystem: Nomad integrates with the entire HashiCorp
  ecosystem of tools. Along with all HashiCorp tools, Nomad is designed in
  the unix philosophy of doing something specific and doing it well. Nomad
  integrates with tools like Packer, Consul, and Terraform to support
  building artifacts, service discovery, monitoring and capacity
  management.