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Use Cgroups to keep track of job's associated PIDs
There is a race condition where a new process could take the place of a just-ended process that was part of a job. LSF does not check if the PID XXX is the initial process or it is a new one. Furthermore, when this situation happens, it does not matter who the new process belongs to; it will be killed as soon as the job is killed.
I suggest LSF stops keeping track of a PID that does not belong to the job's cgroup.
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