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Workspace Scheduling

Workspace Scheduling

You can configure a template to control how workspaces are started and stopped. You can also manage the lifecycle of failed or inactive workspaces.

Schedule screen

Schedule

Template admins may define these default values:

  • Default autostop: How long a workspace runs without user activity before Coder automatically stops it.
  • Max lifetime: The maximum duration a workspace stays in a started state before Coder forcibly stops it.

Allow users scheduling

For templates where a uniform autostop duration is not appropriate, admins may allow users to define their own autostart and autostop schedules. Admins can restrict the days of the week a workspace should automatically start to help manage infrastructure costs.

Failure cleanup

Failure cleanup defines how long a workspace is permitted to remain in the failed state prior to being automatically stopped. Failure cleanup is an enterprise-only feature.

Dormancy threshold

Dormancy Threshold defines how long Coder allows a workspace to remain inactive before being moved into a dormant state. A workspace's inactivity is determined by the time elapsed since a user last accessed the workspace. A workspace in the dormant state is not eligible for autostart and must be manually activated by the user before being accessible. Coder stops workspaces during their transition to the dormant state if they are detected to be running. Dormancy Threshold is an enterprise-only feature.

Dormancy auto-deletion

Dormancy Auto-Deletion allows a template admin to dictate how long a workspace is permitted to remain dormant before it is automatically deleted. Dormancy Auto-Deletion is an enterprise-only feature.

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