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accepted How do I redirect command output to a file?
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comment How do I redirect command output to a file?
the command you noted above with the md5sum into the sort will work for me. I had to put a space between the > and the / but it gave me the file, populated. I will then take the file from server A and then from server B and do a diff on them to see if they are the same. I'm nervous about the rsync command so I'm going to pass on that. Thanks for your help!
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comment How do I redirect command output to a file?
do I have to issue an ssh in there somewhere for the remote server or just put the IP in for the 'remoteserver'.
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comment How do I redirect command output to a file?
Let me give this a try tomorrow and report back. My goal is to get the output from two supposed dirs on two diff servers and then do a diff on each file crossing my fingers they are the same. :) Thanks.
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comment How do I redirect command output to a file?
I believe I tried this and it just sat and hung. I broke out of the command and went to the folder I was sending the file to, /tmp, and no file exists with the name I gave it. Here is what I typed: ls |sort -nr | xargs md5sum > /tmp/zac.txt
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