When I perform an ls command in my aws ec2 server, I am getting the correct list of files which I need, but for some reason the
user@ip:directory/folder is showing on the last line of my results? Is there any way to remove this?
I am parsing some dates from a list of files to process later, but this
user@ip:directory/folder is showing up in the list and causing issues.
My directory is
within files there are
20191214.txt 20191215.txt 20191216.txt
I run the command
aws s3 ls documents/files
and the result is
20191214.txt 20191215.txt 20191216.txt user@ip:documents/files
Is there any way to remove
user@ip:documents/files from my list of results?