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Run LSF file IO operations within the container.

LSF jobs using containers depend on mounts within the container. These mounts are not available on bare metal where LSF runs file operations. The bare metal dependency means that LSF file related operations, -o, -f, -E, -Ep, etc. will not have acc...
13 days ago in Spectrum LSF / Scheduling 1

Correct on Design Flaw in Session Scheduler

Currently the Session Manager and Service Director operate in the same CGROUP on the first execution host which causes a race condition that if a task on the first execution host pushes the memory use above the memory limit (aka mem-eater process)...
27 days ago in Spectrum LSF / Scheduling 0 Future consideration

Allow resource limit ELIGIBLE_PEND_JOBS usage for APPS

I would like to have a limit ELIGIBLE_PEND_JOBS for the consumer APPS. The reason is an application which needs licenses from a license server. In case of many simultanously dispatched jobs the license server overloads. Up to now the resource limi...
about 1 month ago in Spectrum LSF / Scheduling 1 Needs more information

tool to list out active and default base params - lsparams

Think of 'bparams' and the level of details that it provides with args '-la'. This helps in figuring out what all params are configured as default or what defaults values are affecting the scheduling. Such a tool does not exist for LSF Base config...
about 1 month ago in Spectrum LSF / Scheduling 0 Planned for future release

Group jobs to same cluster when using bsub -cluster feature

Goal: Group together lsf jobs, "regression", in such a way that bsub -cluster feature directs all jobs in the group to the same cluster. Proposal: a) bsub submits all jobs in a job array to a single cluster bsub -cluster all -J "ArrayName[1-10]" /...
2 months ago in Spectrum LSF / Scheduling 1 Planned for future release

json output for "badmin lsfproxyd status"

The new solution LSFProxyd does not dump status in json file. This RFE is to enable json output of "badmin lsfproxyd status" command.
3 months ago in Spectrum LSF / Scheduling 1 Planned for future release

lsfproxyd - Persistent blocking rules

LSFProxyd is a new solution to help scheduler handle queries effectively. This RFE is to enable persistent blocksing rules for heavy query hitters. Same has been discussed with John Welch in a separate discussion.
3 months ago in Spectrum LSF / Scheduling 1 Future consideration

Telemetry for LSF scheduler performance

LSF struggles in large farms with many running pending jobs and thousands of users in fairshare tree. LSF's struggle with heavy query activity is well documented. It would be great if LSF can provide telemetry on its own performance and what speci...
4 months ago in Spectrum LSF / Scheduling 2 Functionality already exists

lsf proxyd logging in log file

From the documentations, it seems LSF proxyd is currently showing its logs from perfmon view style of command and this RFE is to enable lsf proxyd logging same as other daemons are logging currently. e.g. mbatchd.log, mbschd.log.. similarly we sho...
4 months ago in Spectrum LSF / Scheduling 1 Functionality already exists

weighted throttling in lsf proxyd

From the documentations it seems, LSF Proxyd does not differentiates between a service account vs an individual user account and can't have diff policies for diff user accounts. Our farms have a good mix of service accounts which launch thousands ...
4 months ago in Spectrum LSF / Scheduling 2 Functionality already exists