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Currently Guaranteed Resource Pools in LSF can fulfill SLAs based on slots, memory, licenses, or packages (slots + memory). With more demand for GPU resources in a cluster, it would be beneficial to add GPU resources to a Guaranteed Resource Pool....
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
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...
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. Th...
License Scheduler fix INUSE license token detection on same-server Jobs
The License Scheduler is unable to correctly identify the INUSE and RESERVE values of requested tokens (e.g. rusage[MYTOKEN=4], when more than one jobs run on the same server by the same user. Possible solution:This could be solved, if the License...
Aggregate user licence usage graphs and license project usage graphs in RTM
We request an automation that can aggregate the license usage graphs of a user for every license service defined. For example, if there are 3 license services defined, by default 3 license usage graphs are generated for each user. There is no way ...
almost 3 years ago
in Spectrum LSF
Not under consideration
Currently in LSF explorer, hardware utilization report exist. In this report one hostname can only have one hostgroup. However in practical scenario one LSF host could belong to multiple hostgroups and we need reporting for each hostgroup.
Here are two users. A user : bsub -R "rusage[featureA=1:featureB=1]" -Lp defaultB user: bsub -R "rusage[featureA=1:featureB=1]" -Lp short When featureA has 1 free license in default project, and featureB has 1 free license in short project, this j...
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