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Old 02-05-2008, 12:25 AM   #1
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old jobs reporting in LSF ?


to report jobs which are stuck and have been runnning from quite some time, is there an LSF utility to notify this thing.

or a script needs to be written for that.

basically, i would like to report the jobs which have been running from 7 days(say) (so i'll assume them as stuck jobs).

if the former is true, please let me know that.

in case the latter is true, can someone help?



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