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#bash #unix
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Set the file used to save the history
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by setting HISTFILE (HISTFILE=~/somehistoryfile). You can disable it completely by unsetting the variable with unset HISTFILE.

If you disable the history file, you still have access to run-time history while the shell is running.

You can also set HISTFILESIZE to control the amount of commands saved in the file.


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#bash #unix
Question
Set the file used to save the history
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#bash #unix
Question
Set the file used to save the history
Answer

by setting HISTFILE (HISTFILE=~/somehistoryfile). You can disable it completely by unsetting the variable with unset HISTFILE.

If you disable the history file, you still have access to run-time history while the shell is running.

You can also set HISTFILESIZE to control the amount of commands saved in the file.

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Second terminal without history - Unix & Linux Stack Exchange
ory (note the inverted plus and minus). With history disabled, commands entered will not be saved in the history log, but previous ones will be available. Set the file used to save the history, <span>by setting HISTFILE (HISTFILE=~/somehistoryfile). You can disable it completely by unsetting the variable with unset HISTFILE. If you disable the history file, you still have access to run-time history while the shell is running. You can also set HISTFILESIZE to control the amount of commands saved in the file. Prevent saving certain commands in the history by using HISTCONTROL and/or HISTIGNORE . Setting HISTCONTROL to ignorespace will tell the shell to not save command lines starting with a

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