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I have a CRONTAB entry as below. Can someone tell me what the below statement is exactly doing? 1 0 * * * /vol01/sites/provisioning/MNMS/45627/45627.sh1>>/vol01/sites/provisioning/MNMS/45627/output/cron.log 2>&1

1 0 * * * /vol01/sites/provisioning/MNMS/45627/45627.sh1 >> /vol01/sites/provisioning/MNMS/45627/output/cron.log 2>&1

I have a CRONTAB entry as below. Can someone tell me what the below statement is exactly doing? 1 0 * * * /vol01/sites/provisioning/MNMS/45627/45627.sh1>>/vol01/sites/provisioning/MNMS/45627/output/cron.log 2>&1

I have a CRONTAB entry as below. Can someone tell me what the below statement is exactly doing?

1 0 * * * /vol01/sites/provisioning/MNMS/45627/45627.sh1 >> /vol01/sites/provisioning/MNMS/45627/output/cron.log 2>&1
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what is >> symbol and >& in unix/Linux?

I have a CRONTAB entry as below. Can someone tell me what the below statement is exactly doing? 1 0 * * * /vol01/sites/provisioning/MNMS/45627/45627.sh1>>/vol01/sites/provisioning/MNMS/45627/output/cron.log 2>&1