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bsub should accept a cpu_efficiency parameter to allow cpu over-commiting in the pool
It's rare for a job to achieve close to 100% cpu efficiency. Often, jobs have a peak cpu requirement during its execution lifetime but use less cpus in average. If bsub could be told that a job is expected to run with a given cpu efficiency, LSF c...
We need LSF support windows docker like support linux docker, to address my company all windows production line have different windows development environment, than IT team need maintain too many windows physical server or VM. so, we wish LSF can ...
Support or remove user defined dynamic resources from lsb.hosts file
Elim resources are used to present unique resources and values to the scheduler. Dynamic resources are not supported in the LSF simulator and are converted to static resources in the lsf.cluster file and in the lsf.shared file. However these resou...
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