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Geektool is spamming system.log

Geektool is spamming system.log

Postby robacarp » Mon Dec 06, 2010 9:43 pm

I spend a bit of time in my system.log file with the Console. Something in my geektool setup seems to dump a bunch of junk to the system.log ( See http://imgur.com/PMLLU.png ).

Is there a way to shut this off? I know I can filter it, but its a rather cumbersome part of my workflow to have to re-filter every time I open up Console. I tried to search the forums here for "system.log" and the search engine told me "The following words in your search query were ignored because they are too common words: log system."

Also, in the signup process for this forum, it asked me "Which of these numbers as nine as the second digit?" A second or two later I realized it should say "Which of these numbers has 9 as the second digit?" Its probably some phpbb plugin or something, but its a typo nonetheless.
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Re: Geektool is spamming system.log

Postby ybizeul » Sat Dec 11, 2010 10:35 am

Hi,

Thanks for the typo, I'll fix it soon

There is absolutely no reason for geektool to log things in there, unless explicitly specified I. The command line of the culprit geeklet

Can you paste here the exact command you are executing ? You should not redirect things to STDERR

Cheers
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