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Good morning!

I need my node.js server running in the background. I just saw this answer: Forever + Nodemon running together

I understand the idea, and I think that it's great, but when I use

forever -c nodemon --exitcrash app.js

the nodemon console stills visible. How can I hide the console?

Thank you everyone!

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Try using pm2 pm2 guides

With pm2 your application runs in the background and:-

  • Can auto-start on server reboots

  • You can even set pm2 to watch for file changes and reload your application

  • You can monitor your application and see resource utilization

  • You can view logs

  • You can run your application in cluster and load-balance requests using pm2

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