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comment Customize the way stderr is appended to a file
Hi again! Is there a way to insert an IF statement in there, in order to have the Success/Failure messages appended to another file (check my description)?
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comment Customize the way stderr is appended to a file
This works fine, thank you very much Samus_! Also, thank you Michael Mrozek for the edit!
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comment Customize the way stderr is appended to a file
Perfect! This does exactly what I want!
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comment Customize the way stderr is appended to a file
You are right, I've just edited it! I'll try to explain what I want a bit clearer: the status file should contain only the date and a success or failure entry, while the error file should contain the date and the output of stderr (in case there is an error, of course).
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find command omitted
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comment How can I run a specific command for each find result?
Thank you for the welcome! Of course there are no hard feelings, you are certainly right in that -exec is the appropriate way to handle this. I am really beginning to see how great this platform is, you are learning new stuff even from the comments:)
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comment How can I run a specific command for each find result?
I see your point, but these commands can also be used along with other tools besides find, so I think they are worth mentioning here.
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answered How can I run a specific command for each find result?