The final proton physics run for 2011 is starting after the latest technical stop, and the plan is to go for a squeeze of beta* = 1m in place of the 1.5m used so far this year. This may mean it takes a little longer to get back up and running at full pace because of the change in the beam parameters, but once they are back to former bunch numbers, emittence and intensity, the luminosity should pass 3.6/nb/s compared to the previous 2.4/nb/s record.
Further luminosity increases are possible by increasing bunch intensity again and I have seen 5/nb/s suggested as the target, but as always this will depend on how well the machine runs. We have seen it run supersmoothly for a week only to be followed by a week of long cryogenic outages, so I am going to give up on predicting total luminosities until it runs smoothly all the time, maybe.
However there will be eight weeks for this run and best performance has been about 400/pb per week, so make your own guesstimate.
Update: See also report at quantum diaries