Each time I open a file in neovim, I observe that many temp files are created in
/tmp/, each with 0 size.
After a week, my
/tmp folder has maybe 1000 such files.
I’m using packer, neovim-lspconfig and null-ls (but also a bunch of other plugins which I ruled out in a first pass).
Is this a known issue? Is there a workaround?
/tmp should be cleared on reboot. Is this not the case?
Hi, thanks! Actually, I’m aware that files in
/tmp are often read/write for all users and are deleted on reboot.
I’m not worried about disk space, it’s just that many
lua_* files end up polluting the
Ideally, I’d love to know if someone knows what creates those files and also the config to avoid creating them in the first place, or if they can be created in a subfolder in