I'm using Linux Mint 13, MATE edition.
I've just run a lot of very slow rsync processes which created a huge amount of output to STDOUT. The last one also outputted a message (presumably to STDERR, but I'm not sure) saying that some files couldn't be copied.
I'm now worried that some of the earlier commands may have outputted an error message too, and I didn't notice. Is there a way to retrospectively view the history of STDERR? I know that if i'd thought of it in advance I could have run the commands in such a way as to save STDERR to a text file, but this is something I need to do after the fact.
I still have the terminal window open. I've tried scrolling up but my scroll buffer is full of all the STDOUT output.