I have a script that looks something like this:
ruby foo.rb > log.out 2> error.log < /dev/null &
In this case, i understand that STDOUT is redirecting to log.out and that 2> is redirecting the STDERR file descriptor to error.log. What's confusing me here is what comes after the STDERR redirect to error.log is the
< /dev/null except. What exactly is being redirected
error.log here, is it STDERR or /dev/null?