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Add the following commands to the Query log, also add the total execution time to the query log output
Right now, many commands are logged to the query log, but a certain number of commands are not. Additionally, we would like to know the transaction time to process each command added to the log entry. The commands that are missing are:
Most recent Linux' OS' do not provide an easy way to create a dynamic support for libnsl.so.1 any longer and instead they link to libnsl.so.2* due to libnsl.so being symbolically linked to libnsl.so.2*. The library libnsl.so.2 de-contented several...
bhosts and lshosts should have an option to let them perform more like the scheduler
Currently, if I have a host with two exclusive resources in the lsf.cluster file <hostname> <model> <type> 1 () () () (!res1 !res2) If I run the following bhosts command, it acts like "grep" instead of like the scheduler, and rep...
Enable the Scheduler Debug to Run Continually and Provide JSON Output via 'badmin' Standard Output
Currently the Scheduler debug must be written to a file, and the scheduler debug information is not easily accessible through the management CLI. What would be better would be to have an MBD parameter to enable all the time as is done with 'badmin...
We have a high propensity to perform the following commands:
It would be good if LSF would keep track of the number of successful attempts to run those various commands as is more generally done within the 'badmi...
Add a bjobs -R option to seach combined Resource Requirements for jobs that match a select pattern
We have been working on performing analysis of buckets in RTM, and we have found some buckets that have difficulty getting access to resources. Though we have done this, searching for jobs that match a resource requirement is proving more difficul...
Provide Minor Enhancement to 'bjobs -env jobid' Command to search and return variables server side
The 'bjobs -env jobid' command is very useful, but in our environment, the job environment can be very large. We plan to use this command as a part of our ESUB modify controls and it could be called quite frequently. Therefore, it will generate a ...
currently LSF uses kerberos API "krb5_cc_retrieve_cred" to retrieve user TGT, details can be found:http://web.mit.edu/kerberos/krb5-latest/doc/appdev/refs/api/krb5_cc_retrieve_cred.html this API doesn't work for TGT created by constrained delegati...
We wold like to have the ability to free up a job slot when a lsfadmin suspends a job due to some valid reasons. In our case, we are trying to run a script to check if the user has reached the quota on their current run directory, and if they are ...
a machine crashed on an on-premise cluster leaving many jobs in a UNKWN state. as described here [https://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=isg3T1027518] i tried bkill -r twice then brequeue -e, but got the error message "Job has already fini...
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