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[Workload Monitoring and Management] SOAM - Symphony app session/tasks resource usage information on compute nodes from OS processes
We have scripts notifying users regarding their processes using too much swap or memory. Users' feedback is that if they can know which session or task triggering the processes, they can stop it from the GUI. But we need to tell them.
MapReduce - Platform Symphony M/R to support Object Store (QA Project)
Many customers are looking for an lower cost storage options(similar to Amazon S3 or OpenStack Swift) on Amazon cloud or Softlayer cloud and able to run analytic on it. Current option for storage that are available to IBM Platform Symphony Cloud ...
Install - Use an alternative method to get the glibc version
profile.platform core dumped when calling /lib64/libc.so.6 after updating bash. Subsequently, Red Hat patch addressed the bash problem (see https://access.redhat.com/articles/1200223). Request is to use another method to get the glibc version ...
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