Disable warning and errors in terminal

Is there a way to disable warning and errors in terminal? Such as the following:

2020-09-15 09:54:26,082 [ 292905] WARN - .skeletons.PySkeletonRefresher - pydev._pydevd_frame_eval.pydevd_frame_evaluator_common
2020-09-15 09:54:26,082 [ 292905] WARN - .skeletons.PySkeletonRefresher - pydev._pydevd_frame_eval.pydevd_frame_evaluator_darwin_36_64
2020-09-15 09:54:26,082 [ 292905] WARN - .skeletons.PySkeletonRefresher - pydev._pydevd_frame_eval.pydevd_frame_evaluator_darwin_37_64
2020-09-15 09:54:26,082 [ 292905] WARN - .skeletons.PySkeletonRefresher - pydev._pydevd_frame_eval.pydevd_frame_evaluator_darwin_38_64
2020-09-15 09:54:26,082 [ 292905] WARN - .skeletons.PySkeletonRefresher - pydev._pydevd_frame_eval.pydevd_frame_evaluator_darwin_39_64
2020-09-15 09:54:26,082 [ 292905] WARN - .skeletons.PySkeletonRefresher - pydev._pydevd_frame_eval.pydevd_frame_evaluator_win32_36_32
2020-09-15 09:54:26,082 [ 292905] WARN - .skeletons.PySkeletonRefresher - pydev._pydevd_frame_eval.pydevd_frame_evaluator_win32_36_64
2020-09-15 09:54:26,082 [ 292905] WARN - .skeletons.PySkeletonRefresher - pydev._pydevd_frame_eval.pydevd_frame_evaluator_win32_37_32
2020-09-15 09:54:26,082 [ 292905] WARN - .skeletons.PySkeletonRefresher - pydev._pydevd_frame_eval.pydevd_frame_evaluator_win32_37_64
2020-09-15 09:54:26,082 [ 292905] WARN - .skeletons.PySkeletonRefresher - pydev._pydevd_frame_eval.pydevd_frame_evaluator_win32_38_32
2020-09-15 09:54:26,082 [ 292905] WARN - .skeletons.PySkeletonRefresher - pydev._pydevd_frame_eval.pydevd_frame_evaluator_win32_38_64
2020-09-15 09:54:26,082 [ 292905] WARN - .skeletons.PySkeletonRefresher - pydev._pydevd_frame_eval.pydevd_frame_evaluator_win32_39_32
2020-09-15 09:54:26,082 [ 292905] WARN - .skeletons.PySkeletonRefresher - pydev._pydevd_frame_eval.pydevd_frame_evaluator_win32_39_64
2020-09-15 09:54:26,082 [ 292905] WARN - .skeletons.PySkeletonRefresher - pydev.pydevd_attach_to_process.attach_linux_amd64
2020-09-15 09:54:26,082 [ 292905] WARN - .skeletons.PySkeletonRefresher - pydev.pydevd_attach_to_process.attach_linux_x86

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This seems like piece from IDE log, it shouldn't be in terminal. Please show a screenshot with the issue.

 

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So this is the display on my terminal (I use MobeXterm) when I am running PyCharm on a remote cluster.

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Ok, apparently you're starting IDE from the terminal so all output is shown. You can start IDE in the background using `pycharm.sh &` and then you can close the terminal.

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