Do you mean you find the log files irritating when it renders or are you saying it's writing log files all the time even when you're not rendering?
If the log files are bothering you, I believe there's a preference to put them somewhere out of the way.
I don't understand why you'd want it to stop. They're handy if you encounter a problem. Are they taking up too much storage space for your liking?
Thanks for getting back, Dave. They clutter up my file directory - that's all. Is there any way to turn them off if I don't want to have them generated?
In your render queue settings, under "Log", what setting do you have? If it's set to Log Errors Only, you shouldn't get any log (unless you've got an error, of course)..
I understand this is an old topic but the problem I can't even delete the logs, they "are in use and cannot be removed". I don't want adobe to be able to log items when I am not using the programs. Period. This is cluttering up 8 GB on my very small hard drive. Where is the preference to turn off connections????
I can't even delete the logs, they "are in use and cannot be removed".
When was the last time you just turned your machine off? Try it & move unwanted log files to the trash.
And I hate to say it, but if a mere 8 gigs is too much for your storage, you desperately need more storage. No kidding,
And if you haven't done it recently, you should purge all your caches, too.