Historical run time decay

By default, historical run time does not affect the dynamic priority. You can configure LSF so that the user’s dynamic priority increases gradually after a job finishes. After a job is finished, its run time is saved as the historical run time of the job and the value can be used in calculating the dynamic priority, the same way LSF considers historical CPU time in calculating priority. LSF applies a decaying algorithm to the historical run time to gradually increase the dynamic priority over time after a job finishes.