Monday, December 23, 2013

Unix/Linux log script outputs to a file

In any scripts that print something out, the simplest way to capture those printed stuffs is to append with

>> logfilename.log 2>&1 

All the outputs (stdout, stderr) will be redirect to file logfilename.log. To learn this in details, search for something like "unix stdout redirection"

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