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In addition to a program's standard output, an output file shows information which help you to fine tune the resource requirements of the next jobs.  
 
In addition to a program's standard output, an output file shows information which help you to fine tune the resource requirements of the next jobs.  
  
The default output filename is "'''lsf.o''job-ID'''''" located in the submission directory.
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The default output filename is located in the submission directory and named
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lsf.o''job-ID''
  
 
To select a different output filename, use the BSUB option -o:
 
To select a different output filename, use the BSUB option -o:
 
  $ bsub -o output_filename job
 
  $ bsub -o output_filename job
  
== Example ==
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== LSF Job output example ==
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* [[Using_the_batch_system#Output_file|User guide: Using the batch system - Output file]]
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Latest revision as of 09:27, 1 October 2021

< Monitor a job

Home

Examples >


In addition to a program's standard output, an output file shows information which help you to fine tune the resource requirements of the next jobs.

The default output filename is located in the submission directory and named

lsf.ojob-ID

To select a different output filename, use the BSUB option -o:

$ bsub -o output_filename job


LSF Job output example


Lsf output.png

Further reading


< Monitor a job

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Examples >