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I started using
sed recently. One handy way I use it is to ignore unimportant lines of a log file:
tail -f example.com-access.log | sed '/127.0.0.1/d;/ELB-/d;/408 0 "-" "-"/d;'
But when I try to use it similarly with
find, the results aren't as expected. I am trying to ignore any line that contains "Permission denied" like this:
find . -name "openssl" | sed '/Permission denied/d;'
However, I still get a whole bunch of "Permission denied" messages in
As mentioned in the correct answer below, the "Permission denied" messages are appearing in
stderr and NOT