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2020/01/14 Cloud Storage The amount of object data is inconsistent, when the user of other groups put or delete objects in the bucket granted write permission by ACL. As a result, ABCI points to be consumed are not calculated correctly. 2020/04/03
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2019/11/14 Cloud Storage Due to a bug in object storage, following error messages are output when overwriting or deleting objects that stored in multiparts.
[Overwrite] upload failed: object to s3://mybucket/object An error occurred (None) when calling the CompleteMultipartUpload operation: undefined
[Delete] delete failed: s3://mybucket/object An error occurred (None) when calling the DeleteObject operation: undefined

When you use the s3 command of AWS CLI, a large file is stored in multiparts. If you upload a large file, please refer to this page and set multipart_threshold to a large value.
2019/12/17
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2019/10/04 Application MPI_Allreduce provided by MVAPICH2-GDR 2.3.2 raises floating point exceptions in the following combinations of nodes, GPUs and message sizes when reduction between GPU memories is conducted.
Nodes: 28, GPU/Node: 4, Message size: 256KB
Nodes: 30, GPU/Node: 4, Message size: 256KB
Nodes: 33, GPU/Node: 4, Message size: 256KB
Nodes: 34, GPU/Node: 4, Message size: 256KB
2020/04/21
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2019/04/10 Job The following qsub option requires to specify argument due to job scheduler update (8.5.4 -> 8.6.3).
resource type ( -l rt_F etc)
$ qsub -g GROUP -l rt_F=1
$ qsub -g GROUP -l rt_G.small=1
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2019/04/10 Job The following qsub option requires to specify argument due to job scheduler update (8.5.4 -> 8.6.3).
use BEEOND ( -l USE_BEEOND)
$ qsub -g GROUP -l rt_F=2 -l USE_BEEOND=1
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2019/04/05 Job Due to job scheduler update (8.5.4 -> 8.6.3), a comupte node can execute only up to 2 jobs each resource type "rt_G.small" and "rt_C.small" (normally up to 4 jobs ).This situation also occures with Reservation service, so to be careful when you submit job with "rt_G.small" or "rt_C.small".
$ qsub -ar ARID -l rt_G.small=1 -g GROUP run.sh (x 3 times)
$ qstat
job-ID prior name user state
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478583 0.25586 sample.sh username r
478584 0.25586 sample.sh username r
478586 0.25586 sample.sh username qw
2019/10/04
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