I have a file called "nohup.out". It is consuming a lot of space and I will like to remove it.
Will it affect the application in any way? I do not want logs, only disk space.
That's the output of a file produced by the
Also, the chances are that whatever created the file will probably do it again in the future, so you really want to run activemq as a proper daemon, rather than someone logging in and running it in a shell with
As another idea, you could run it so that there is no output to be placed into nohup.out:
Just start the command like this:
This will cause the output from everything to be sent to "/dev/null" and disappear. If you don't care about the logs, this is the easiest way to stop the file from taking up room on the HDD...