What's new and changed in IBM Spectrum LSF Application Center Version 10.2 Fix Pack 14
The following topics summarize the new and changed behavior in IBM Spectrum LSF Application Center (LSF Application Center) 10.2 Fix Pack 14.
LSF root privileges
To enable root privileges on hosts for LSF Application Center, you must specify a space-separated list of hosts for the LSF_ADDON_HOSTS parameter in the lsf.conf file. The root users on these specified hosts can then execute commands remotely.
Support for previous LSF versions
Operating system and browser versions
- RHEL 8.7, 8.8, and 9.x are newly supported or certified for Linux x64 kernel and Linux kernel on IBM Power LE.
- SUSE Linux® Enterprise Server:
- SLES 15.4 is newly certified
- SLES) 11.x is no longer supported. You can continue to use other supported versions of SLES.
- Ubuntu 20.04 is newly certified for Linux kernel on IBM Power LE.
- Ubuntu 14.x is no longer supported. You can continue to use other supported versions of Ubuntu.
- Windows 10 and 11 newly certified for IBM Spectrum LSF Application Center Desktop Client
As of Fix Pack 14, you can use LSF Application Center on upgraded browsers. For details, see System requirements for IBM Spectrum LSF Application Center Version 10.2 Fix Pack 14.
Upgraded software included with LSF Application Center
|Software name||Software version in Fix Pack 14||Previous software version|
|IBM J9 JRE||8.0-8.0(8u361)||8.0-3.10|
|IBM WebSphere Liberty||22.214.171.124||126.96.36.199|
List of fixes
|P104827||Administrator cannot use the
|P104851||Dashboard issue sometime showing host as unlicensed.|
|P104809||Workload page not reflecting queue configuration changes.|
|P104711||Folders not showing up when using a file type filter in the file selector dialog.|
|Internal-317||Potential escalation of privilege by preventing root user from being used in job flows.|