The *-demo scripts currently redirect the output of the invocation of the actual optimize-startup.bat/sh to the same log file as configured in our demo logback config. On Windows, this causes the actual log not being available as the file just contains the Starting Camunda Optimize x.x.x output and the logger cannot append to the file for some reason.
- the standard output for the Optimize start-up call in the demo scripts is not redirected to a file
- the Optimize output is still redirected to the log/optimize.log file
- the Elasticsearch output is redirected to the log/elasticsearch.log file
- the behavior is adjusted for the batch (Windows) and bash (UNIX) scripts
It's fine if the console on windows can't be closed using CTRL+C, but only by using CTRL+BREAK or the exit window button