Ubuntu: Is it safe to completely link ~/.cache/upstart to /dev/null?


As we all know .cache/upstart is filling up when a program misbehaves. I've already read trough the discussions, but I have not found an answer to mine:

Is it safe to completely link ~/.cache/upstart to /dev/null?

I have several hundred students and not only the diskspace is filling up it also puts (sometimes) an (unnecessary) high load on the nfs server. Nobody will ever check upstart, so its completely void.

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