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LR Console Log file is rapidly filling my C Drive

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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Version 3.0 (cloud)
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Windows 10
After digging around to see why my C Drive kept filling up, I discovered that the lrcc_console.log file has been blowing out to 40GB+. It only stops growing when there is no room left on the drive. When I close and reopen LR the log file becomes small again, but rapidly (within hours) regrows while using LR. I don't understand most of the contents of the log file, but I noticed there are hundreds of listings that begin "L: Unable to delete file." (see attached screenshot). I have contacted Adobe support twice about this but still have no solution. Hoping this makes sense to someone! Thanks.
 

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Hi Shelley, sorry I missed this in the black friday chaos. I've replied to your email.
 
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