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Status Not under consideration
Workspace Spectrum LSF
Components Reporting/Explorer
Created by Guest
Created on Jul 3, 2019

To include host level parameters in lsf_job_acct index

Currently the cpu_factor and cputime given in lsf_job_acct index is for a given job id. However if the job is executed on multi-hosts having different cpu factors, then it is not possible to calculate number of cores used x cputime per host x cpufactor per host because host level parameters are missing in this index.

  • Guest
    Aug 15, 2019

    Currently following job execution host parameters are missing : host_name, cpu_factor,host_model, host_type, host_group, mem_req.
    I think these parameters are available in following dataloaders lsbevents.xml : LSB_JOB_EXECHOSTS or LSB_EVENTS_EXECHOSTLIST and hostproperties.xml but these two loaders are not enabled in 10.2.0.8 by default. So request to add these parameters in lsf_job_acct index.