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Sometimes LSF job STDOUT files, such as $JOB_SPOOL_DIR/..out grow to enormous sizes and fill up the filesystem. Neither Linux nor LSF provides a mechanism to limit the size of those specific files without also limiting all other files on the filesystem or limiting all files for a given job. Both of these alternatives are not acceptable since other large data files are required by jobs for various reasons. We need a way to impose a maximum file size limit, such as 20GB, for example, on all LSF job STDOUT files. This limit could be imposed in one of several ways: for the entire cluster using an mbatchd parameter, for a given queue using a queue parameter, for all jobs from a given user using a user shell variable, or job-by-job with a bsub option. We also don't want jobs to be killed when their STDOUT file reaches the limit. Instead, the output stream should simply continue writing over the file without causing the file to grow further or some other solution that does not kill the job or effectively stop it from functioning.
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