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I want to stop ss5 to logging into any file in the server. i saw this command:

ss5 -m

But i want to find a solution to change any config file, so that it effect when the server start or restart.

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I haven't test yet

 sets absolute pathname of ss5 log file


set SS5_LOG_FILE /dev/null


Edit /etc/sysconfig/ss5 and add following line:

SS5_OPTS=" -m"
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Thanks, i didn't know what the /dev/null path is, before. – ahoo Apr 5 '13 at 16:33

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