We have a custom service we start via
systemd. File is stored at
That’s all great but we just had a situation where the disk ran full. I guess
systemd catches all of the process’
stdout and writes it into
Our custom service writes all of
STDOUT into actual log files. So we could ignore
How can I suppress everything from
stdout being written to
As shown in the documentation, you can redirect
StandardOutput= to wherever you wish. By default this is
journal. You can change it to
null instead, to cause standard output to be discarded.
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