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Status Not under consideration
Workspace Spectrum LSF
Created by Guest
Created on Nov 6, 2015

custom cgroup settings

We need to enable cgroup in a custom method. Currently , these settings are for all servers in cluster.

LSF_PROCESS_TRACKING=Y
LSF_LINUX_CGROUP_ACCT=Y

I dont want to enable it for all servers as I know some servers which run specific jobs will always keep some sstale pointers even after the job is done. without enabling cgroup , these jobs runs fine.
When I enable ccgroup, these jobs will never exit.

So I need to disable cgroups based on servers, queuses or jobtypes.
So in the same cluster there should some machines which are cgroup enabled and some are not.

  • Guest
    May 20, 2019

    This RFE has been discussed internally several times and we feel that it would make administration and the use of the cluster more complex as applications would behave differently on different hosts. As such, we are declining this RFE.

  • Guest
    Nov 7, 2015

    Creating a new RFE based on Community RFE #79471 in product Platform LSF.