API changes in latest Splay libraries: job.nodes()
Dear Splay users,
until recently, upon the execution of a job, each node was given the list of nodes currently selected to execute a job. We slightly changed this behaviour in the latest version of Splay (starting from 1.2).
It is still possible to access such list, but now job.nodes is a function returning the table with the nodes currently executing the job. This is particularly useful for jobs executed with a churn trace, to emulate a "perfect" oracle able to say at any moment which nodes are currently online.
Please see the updated documentation at: http://www.splay-project.org/manual#local_vs_deployment
We updated the SPLAYSchool demo accordingly.