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Change job submit time to include milliseconds for precision.
Job submit time to include milliseconds for precision. Instead of HH:MM:SS, make it like 12:29:05.1234. This will enable this column to be used as a unique identifier when generating data in an incremental fashion. We are extracting the RTM data a...
LSF Explorer support for multiple clusters with the same name
Customer has multiple clusters with the same cluster name. Changing LSF cluster names to be unique is not an option. Their environment is large. Other products in the LSF family support this. LSF_LIC_SCHED_CLUSTER_ALIAS addresses the concern for L...
lsf_current_status index contains very old entries
have 2,146,965,961 documents in the lsf_current_status index, which is all the documents one shard can contain. When I query the data I see records in this index that date back 6 months. I believe their is some issue that requires fixing to as ent...
Add write_time timestamp column in Elastic Search for all LSF Explore Indexes
We believe it is vitally important to know when an entry was created in each index. This will tell us if their is delay in data being collected. It will let us know if we query for a full days data on day Y and see data from day X to know if our q...
To get pending slot information in LSF Explorer. There is information for running job slots, but not for pending job slots. This information was available in PA and is the accounting information. We have a number of existing reports that require P...
There is an index in LE, lsf_jobs_acct. When I tried to make chart in LE webGUI with lsf_jobs_active index, we found job status is a little bit strange. Even if job has end_time, its status is "RUN", as like following,"job_status" : "RUN","time_st...
The function that is related with decimal point number in LE customization chart.
In LE web GUI, there are some sample charts provided by IBM. Specially, in table chart, we can see decimal point number as like "xx.yy". But, If we tried to make customization chart and express some value as like run_time, its value is so long dec...
Unable to access array object of Explorer Data in ES
In Explorer Elasticsearch data, most of the indexes have used array objects. For example exec_host_list array in lsf_job_acct index and there are plenty of others indexes as well where array objects are used.
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