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TSMC is using MC to balance work load between clusters. When the submission cluster is busy, it forwards some jobs to execution clusters. The execution cluster has it's own workload except the forwarded jobs. To avoid the forwarded jobs occupy mos...
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 ...
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 ...
ssched jobs missing task information to calculate job run time
We graph job run time from the data in Elasticsearch provided from LSF Explorer. ssched jobs do not contain enough information to calculate job run time. We believe task jobs should contain the same data as regular LSF jobs
LSF Resource connector should select template for minimum number of servers
LSF Resource connector selects the template based on the resources and priority defined in the configuration file. This is good approach for a single job. However, when there are multiple jobs (which is the case mostly), this approach is not suita...
Availability of Max used License Scheduler managed license token in LSF job records
License Scheduler keeps updating LSF job records for the actual number of license tokens used by the job. At the end, only the last used value of the license token is kept in the job records. LSF should record the maximum number of token used by L...
It would be useful to set a limit in lsb.resources for Serive Class "SLA" in order give some minimum guarantee with SLA and set a maximium number of resorucese usable in this SLA.It would be excellent to indicate the limit with the number of nodes...
The Guaranteed SLA system allows sharing of Resources defined by ServiceClasses. We would like to use that to allow two or more groups to pool and share compute slots, wherein they typically unused slots would be available to all of the groups. ...
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