Logfile Getting Too Large

I'm curious as to how large a file such as: 2006-12-29-14-38-55-Beagle,
within my ~/.beagle/Log folder should get?

The reason I ask is because, several times now (including the file I
mentioned above), files such as that have gotten completely out of hand.
The one I mentioned is currently at 858.1 MB (899,748,971 bytes). Most
of these "Beagle" files are no larger than a few (or in some cases a few
hundred) kilobytes. However, I have had a few of them grow to several
hundred megabytes. One even reached 1.3 GB.

I can't have these files eating up my drive space.

Is this normal??

(BTW... I'm running beagle 0.2.14-4.1 on openSUSE 10.2)

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