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Regarding programmatically setting environment variables via Symphony API, it appears to be start-support since Symphony 7.2.
Regarding programmatically setting environment variables via Symphony API, it appears to be start-support since Symphony 7.2.1 version, meaning that not available in Symphony 710 Fix Pack1we are raising this RFE - While this is available in Sym721...
Some of our customers would like to use the Symphony .NET Core service API. The specific DLL they need is Platform.Symphony.Soam.NetCore_64.dll.But it seems like the drivers exist only for Symphony 188.8.131.52, which is not the version we use currentl...
Hi Team,We need to update Apache-Tomcat and JRE on our IBM Grid Symphony Grid's.Required versions:Apache-Tomcat : 8.5.35JRE : jre1.8.0_192Current Versions: Apache-Tomcat : 8.5.32JRE : jre1.8.0_181java version "1.8.0_181"Java(TM) SE Runtime Environ...
Add a new scheduling policy to consider resources a user used and make it fair among users. We could call it user-based (fair share) scheduling policy.For example, for N users that has active sessions, each user can only get 1/N of total allocated...
This is for 184.108.40.206 which is not on the list. We are using HostFactory as tool to scale up our cloud cluster. Currently, HostFactory starts with 0 host then scale up based on demand. We would like to have # of start up cloud hosts before or when ...
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