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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. ABCI point is not charged correctly. open
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
Will be solved in the next version
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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