Command line tools that are run as part of setup or monitoring, write a log to /tmp (Unix) or /var/folders/32/XXXXXXXXXXX/T/ (OSX) etc.
If the tool, such as "dsreplication status" or "status" is used on a very frequent basis, the log files can build up, unknown to an administrator. This is very likely in the former case.
- dsreplication status
We should have a command line option to stop these los from being written if desired.
Example: --noToolLog or --noCommandReport etc.