log rsync stats
Wade Preston Shearer
lists at wadeshearer.com
Mon Oct 10 10:47:30 MDT 2005
> kinda like this...
> [gabe at wa ~]$ echo fish > file.txt
> [gabe at wa ~]$ cat file.txt
> So just add a ">" to the rsync command and point it to a file that you
> want it to write to and "stdout" will be redirected to that file.
> Use a
> ">>" to append it to that file.
Ah, alright, that makes more sense. So is "stdout" short for standard
output? Does that just mean what is normally printed in the terminal?
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