Follow the Galaxy wiki
https://wiki.galaxyproject.org/Admin/Config/Performance/Cluster#Submitting_Jobs_as_the_Real_User
  setup permission instructions.

Follow these 2 steps to get Galaxy to run as real users with IBM Platform
LSF:

Step 1) Download the latest LSF DRMAA 1.1.1 from github.
   https://github.com/PlatformLSF/lsf-drmaa

   Level commit e4d5c1ab10fcba572eaede68fc2fc05332198bec or above
   This fixes the LSF job id not found issue.

Step 2) LSF needs to disable message being printed out via the LSF
environment variable "BSUB_QUIET". This can be done either in in Galaxy
drmaa_external_runner.py file or in the galaxy admin environment profile

      Edit the drmaa_external_runner.py file to add in the LSF environment
      variable  "BSUB_QUIET" to disable message print out.  Line in blue
      below.

        scripts/drmaa_external_runner.py:

   def main():
       userid, json_filename, assign_all_groups = validate_paramters()
       set_user(userid, assign_all_groups)
       json_file_exists(json_filename)
       os.environ['BSUB_QUIET'] = 'Y'
       s = drmaa.Session()
       s.initialize()
       jt = s.createJobTemplate()
       load_job_template_from_file(jt, json_filename)

OR
      Disable LSF message in the galaxy admin profile

   e.g.
    export BSUB_QUIET=Y in .bash_profile


Regards,
Linda
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