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Track a local directory duing job execution and report utilization details in job rusage
We would like to be able to, at submission time, specify a local directory that we would like to have LSF monitor the total size and files in and report in the Jobs RUSAGE periodically. This directory will be separate from the execCwd or the cwd. It should support the same patterns as the -cwd option in LSF supports.
Additionally, we would like this data to be stored and graphed in RTM as two new Job Graphs.
So, in summary:
1. Job Specification:
bsub -ldir /some/local/directory/$LSB_JOBID.$LSB_JOBINDEX ./a.out
2. Report in bjobs -l output:
Local Directory: /blah/blah/blah
Local File Size: 20GB
Local Files: 21,101
3. Store in RTM grid_jobs table the -ldir specification
4. Graph RUSAGE as two new Job Graphs
5. Report in the JOB_FINISHx Record
6. Report as a part of bhist/bacct
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