directing output in crontab
Wade Preston Shearer
lists at wadeshearer.com
Tue Jul 22 16:25:51 MDT 2008
>>> For /bin/sh, the typical syntax to send stderr to the same place as
>>> stdout is "2>&1".
>> Wouldn't that take the standard error and redirect it back to the
>> display? I want to take the standard output and standard error and
>> send them both to a log file.
> Sure. you use 2>&1 when doing that. Cause when you're redirecting
> to a
> file you're redirecting stdout.
Would it be done like this then?
2>&1 > logfile
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