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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...
Ability to specify cores or exclusive host for Benchmark job
Currently all benchmark jobs submitted via RTM use 1 core. Also, one cannot specify node to be exclusively used via bsub -x. This allows other jobs to land on same node and thus tainting benchmark numbers
Why do we have to run "lspasswd" to register windows user's password in LSF ?
Customers hope they don't need to use lspasswd in Windows. But LSF needs user's password to impersonate user before running user's job on a Windows execution host. This is due to the designed feature of user authentication in Windows. Windows need...
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...
Currently there is a large list of -o options, which are hugely beneficial. We have a large bjobs -o <long list> -json report that is frequently run for metrics and query reduction (to provide an API to get cached data) but we have to update...
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