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When a Benchmark job fails It would be nice to see the bsub used to submit the job
We can manually construct the actual bsub, but it would be nice to be able to cut and paste it when editing the Benchmark job so we can test that it actually will work. In one case we were getting "Queue Permission Errors" and it having that bsub ...
The Reporting tool in cacti gives the option of sending out periodical usage graphs to users. It would be great to also have the option of including raw CSV data in these reports. The workaround is to log into RTM and manually grab the CSV export,...
Improve Various Components of the Current Scheduler Adlgorithm
Currently, though the Scheduler supports threads, the processing is not a thread per bucket, but rather a threads that are used on a per bucket basis and buckets are still handled serially, which has led us to Host Match times around 400 seconds.
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 ...
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 ...
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...
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...
Allow Mass Changes of Both License Services and Clusters
In Cacti at page Console > Management > Devices, you have a dropdown option to "Change Settings". From here, you can select multiple devices, and then change select settings. It would be nice to be able to make these same changes for RTM obj...
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