Is there a quick and dirty way to not only log the output of a shell file but the commands used inside as well? For example: whoami > who.dmp would output a file that contained something like: ...
I have a Node.js server that is being monitored by forever. Forever generates three logfiles: the server STDOUT, STDERR and the log of forever itself. $ forever -l forever.log -o out.log -e err.log ...
For example, I can log stderr of one script in this way: * * * * * run_script.sh > /var/log.txt 2>&1 But I want to log stderr of all scripts in my crontab. I can append > /var/log.txt ...
I have created a simple systemd service file for a custom application. The application works well when I run it manually, but my CPU gets maxed out when I run it with systemd. I'm trying do track ...
I am writing a release script, which uses scp/sftp to get the the file from a remote server, we want to log the output of this script to a release.log file as well. I am using "tee" to achieve this, ...